Brisbane, Australia-based Tritium has shipped 23 of its Veefil 50 kW DC fast chargers to the New Zealand company Charge.net.nz, the first phase of a three-year project to establish a network of fast chargers across the country. “We’ve identified around 75 sites across the country and our aim is to have fast chargers installed on… Read more »
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EV charging stations needn’t be just functional – some say they can be objects of beauty, and even masterpieces of design (did anyone ever feel that way about gas pumps?). Brisbane-based company Tritium has won the 2014 Good Design Australia Award in the Automotive and Transport category for its Veefil Electric Vehicle Fast Charger. The… Read more »
Tritium, an Australian manufacturer of EV power electronic systems, has introduced what it calls “the world’s smallest footprint EV fast charger.” The Veefil is the first release in what the company says will be a new line of charging solutions. It has a power rating of 50 kW, and maximum output current of 125 amps…. Read more »
Varley Electric Vehicles, an Australian company that’s been building specialty cars since 1886, unveiled a pair of blazing fast EVs on Friday. The evS450 electric sports car has a top speed of 99 mph, and can do 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds. Its racing cousin, the evR450, is even faster, stopping the heart at 112… Read more »