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Posts Tagged: Tritium

Tritium partners with TNS to provide integrated payment solutions

Fast charger manufacturer Tritium (Nasdaq: DCFC) has partnered with Transaction Network Services (TNS) to expand the point-of-charge payment options that Tritium provides to customers. Tritium will receive access to payment hardware manufactured by Ingenico as part of the TNS UnattendedPayments solution. TNS UnattendedPayments, which is part of the TNS acceptance product portfolio, is an end-to-end… Read more »

Tritium to supply chargers and services to bp’s EV charging network

The long-term consequences of oil companies’ interest in the charging industry remain to be seen, but they’re moving in, and they’re buying hardware. Australian EVSE manufacturer Tritium (Nasdaq: DCFC) has entered into a multi-year contract with bp to supply chargers and related services to the bp pulse charging network. bp has placed an initial order… Read more »

Tritium partners with Wise EV to roll out national US charging network

Charging station manufacturer Tritium (Nasdaq: DCFC) has formed a partnership with Wise EV, a subsidiary of renewable energy service provider Wise Power, to provide DC fast chargers for a new national EV charging network. The new network is expected to start with 25 locations at Florida gas stations. Florida is the number-two US state for… Read more »

Tritium supplies chargers to Shell and Osprey, plans to go public

Australia-based fast charger manufacturer Tritium has executed a global agreement with oil giant Shell to provide fast charging technology and services. The new agreement is expected to accelerate the supply of Tritium DC fast chargers to Shell’s charging operations in Europe, South Africa, Asia, the Middle East and North America. “This is a great opportunity… Read more »

Tritium introduces PKM fast charging product line with PKM150

Australia-based charger manufacturer Tritium has introduced the PKM150 fast charging system, which is designed to save space and lower costs. It’s part of the new PKM product line, which will be available worldwide. According to Tritium, the PKM150 reduces the amount of equipment needed at a charging site, because the chargers at a site all… Read more »

Public chargers at California Taco Bell could be the first of many

Choo need a charge with your chalupa? A Taco Bell in South San Francisco is installing six DC fast chargers, along with a carport-style solar array. The new chargers are built by Tritium, and will be managed by software from ChargeNet. The 75 kW Tritium RTM fast chargers will accept payment through ChargeNet’s mobile app… Read more »

Tritium adds Plug and Charge capabilities to its RT50 chargers via software update

Charger manufacturer Tritium has launched a new software update for its RT50 DC fast chargers, enabling Plug and Charge technology globally. The update allows any EV that supports Plug and Charge to initiate charging and authorize payments without needing an RFID card or smartphone app. “Tritium is committed to bringing the latest DC fast charging… Read more »

Fast charging Superhub in Brooklyn will be the first of several across NYC

If urban drivers who lack garages or assigned parking spaces are to go electric, some sort of easily accessible public charging infrastructure will need to be developed. One proposed solution is a network of local “superhubs” of DC fast chargers. Electric transportation company Revel is building just such a Superhub at the historic former Pfizer… Read more »

Tritium’s new scalable EV charging platform allows operators to add more charging power as needed

Charger manufacturer Tritium has unveiled a new, scalable hardware platform. The Modular Scalable Charging (MSC) platform is designed to offer customers the flexibility to increase the power level of their chargers as EV charging capabilities advance, and “pay as you grow.” Charger power can be increased in 25 kW increments, starting at 25 kW and… Read more »

Tritium’s new DC fast charger boasts 15-minute charging time

Australia-based EVSE manufacturer Tritium has always emphasized the compactness and elegant design of its DC fast chargers. Now it aspires to bring EV charging speed closer to that of visiting a gas station. Tritium says its new RT175-S smart charging system can charge some EVs to an 80 percent charge level in 15 minutes. The… Read more »