Belgian charging corridor installs Tritium fast chargers

Australian EVSE manufacturer Tritium has supplied 25 of its Veefil-RT 50 kW fast chargers for the Belgian stage of the EU’s UNIT-E fast-charging network. The new chargers are positioned along motorways, linking the country’s major cities.

The goal of the UNIT-E project is to modernize transport infrastructure across the EU. The Belgian phase, which is led by electric utility EDF Luminus, completes a fast charging corridor connecting France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

The Veefil-RTs support both CHAdeMO and CCS DC standards, as well as AC Type 2. They can charge two vehicles at the same time, and accept all charging passes.

“We have liaised closely with EDF Luminus to tailor our world-class technology to meet their particular specifications,” explains Tritium’s European Sales Manager, Manuel Fernandes.  “Drivers can expect to charge 80 percent of their battery in just 30 minutes.”


Source: Tritium


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