Tritium Veefil-RT technology lets Hungarian EV drivers experience the country’s first liquid-cooled 50kW fast charger

  • Small footprint of Tritium Veefil-RT 50kW charger allows convenient installation between underground parking bays without sacrificing premium space
  • Unique liquid-cooling technology results in significantly more silent operation, essential in public places

Amsterdam, The Netherlands - 19 November 2018: Tritium, the Australian DC electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions specialist, announced today that Hungary’s NKM Mobilitas Ltd. (Mobiliti) has installed the country’s first liquid-cooled 50kW DC fast charger for electric vehicles (EV) in the KÖKI Terminál P+R, an underground parking facility at one of Budapest’s major shopping malls.

The charger belongs to Tritium’s Veefil-RT product range and is part of Mobiliti’s expanding EV charging network across Hungary.

“We are very pleased to offer our EV customers this fast charging opportunity,” says Szabolcs Balogh, Managing Director of NKM Mobilitás Ltd. “Thanks to its small footprint, the Tritium charger needs limited space and could be installed conveniently between two bays of the parking garage. During the opening event at the mall, members of Villanyautósok, Hungary’s EV owners’ club, were pleasantly surprised by the silent operation of the fast charger, which is due to its unique liquid-cooling system. This feature will also reduce future maintenance requirements.”

The Veefil-RT 50kW DC fast charger is capable of delivering up to 125km of range in just 30 minutes and offers both CHAdeMO and CCS connectors. It features an easy-to-use interface and integrated lighting. Operators can further benefit from Tritium’s customised branding design service.

“The breakthrough of e-mobility depends essentially on the ready availability of public chargers,” adds Jeroen Jonker, Vice President Sales Europe, Tritium. “Mobiliti’s decision to add Tritium DC fast chargers to their national network has been an important signal to the EV market in Hungary. We are very proud to play a major role in this success story with our advanced 50kW fast chargers.”

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About Tritium

Tritium is a fast-moving technology company specialising in the design and manufacture of DC fast-charging solutions for electric vehicles (EV). Established in Australia in 2001, to provide power-electronic systems and battery energy-storage applications, it launched its first DC fast charger (Veefil-RT) in 2014, since when it has become a leading global supplier, with installations in 26 countries. Europe is one of Tritium’s major markets and it opened a sales, servicing, testing site and assembly facility in Amsterdam in 2018. The company currently holds around 50% of the Norwegian market for 50kW fast chargers, an estimated 20% market share of CCS/Chademo fast chargers in the UK and around 15% of the wider European market for 50kW fast chargers.

Customers include, EDF Lumins, Fortum, Grønn Kontakt, IONITY, Proterra and Stromnetz.

Tritium’s HQ and main manufacturing plant is in Australia, and it has a further sales, R&D and manufacturing facility in California.

About NKM Mobilitas

NKM National Utilities Ltd. installed its first Veefil-RT 50KW DC super fast charger station and six more fast chargers at the parking lot of KÖKI shopping center in Budapest. The National Utilities’ subsidiary, NKM Mobilitás (Mobiliti) also signed a deal with Tritium this summer in order to expand its nationwide electric car charging network with super fast chargers. National Utilities already has 36 electric chargers across Hungary. By the end of 2018, it plans to install 100 electric chargers, across the country, in cooperation with local government, municipalities and other companies. NKM National Utilities supplies gas, electricity and heating to 4.5 million households in Hungary.

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