Posts Tagged: Tritium

Tritium to provide 52 custom-built Veefil-UT fast chargers in Hamburg

Australia-based Tritium has won a tender to provide 52 Veefil-UT fast chargers for German power distribution company Stromnetz Hamburg. The chargers, which support both CHAdeMO and CCS fast charging standards, have been adapted in partnership with Stromnetz to comply with German regulations and retain their signature small footprint. Each will feature an 11 kW AC… Read more »

Tritium trials its Veefil fast chargers in China

Australian EVSE manufacturer Tritium, which recently expanded into the UK and opened an office in the US, has set its sights on another continent, beginning trials of its Veefil-RT 50 kW DC charger in China. The first Veefil charger has been installed in Jiangsu Province, near the financial center of Shanghai. “China is currently one… Read more »

Tritium opens a US office to support its stylish and capable DC fast charging products

Success stories sometime spring from unlikely places, especially during times of rapid, disorienting technological change. Consider the case of Tritium, a small independent company based in Australia, half a world away from the centers of automotive power, that has grown to become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of DC fast chargers. When asked about… Read more »

Tritium names first UK distributor for its Veefil fast chargers

Australian EVSE manufacturer Tritium is expanding into the UK market, and has signed up the first UK distributor for its Veefil line of fast chargers: Electric World Enterprises (EwE). Tritium’s Veefil fast chargers support both CHAdeMO and SAE Combo standards.  All are liquid-cooled, and feature a stylish, high-visibility design. “The UK is an ideal EV… Read more »

Tritium launches three new Veefil fast charger models

Australian charger manufacturer Tritium has added three new DC fast chargers to its Veefil line, which now includes four models. The new offerings were on display at the recent eCarTec show in Munich. All Veefil fast chargers support both CHAdeMO and SAE Combo standards.  All are liquid-cooled, and are designed to function in temperatures from… Read more »

22 Tritium Veefil fast chargers to be deployed in Sri Lanka

Already familiar sights on rich-country roads, electric vehicles are now starting to appear in the developing world as well. Australian EVSE manufacturer Tritium has announced a distribution agreement with Sunrise Engineering of Sri Lanka. The local renewable energy pioneer has unveiled the first Tritium Veefil fast charger in the island nation’s capital, Colombo, and plans… Read more »

Australian state government invests in fast charger manufacturer Tritium

The Australian state of Queensland has announced an investment of $2.5 million ($1.86 million US) in Brisbane-based charger manufacturer Tritium, the first investment under a new Business Development Fund (BDF) scheme established to encourage innovative businesses. The BDF investment has been matched by an additional $2.5 million raised from private investors, and will be used… Read more »

New Zealand network installing Veefil DC fast chargers

Brisbane, Australia-based Tritium has shipped 23 of its Veefil 50 kW DC fast chargers to the New Zealand company, 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 »

Tritium brings its snazzy Veefil DC fast chargers to the US

Australian-based Tritium has signed an exclusive US contract with ChargePoint to install Tritium’s Veefil DC fast charging stations. The shapely Veefil has a power output of 50 kW, and is available with both SAE Combo and CHAdeMO connectors. The Veefil is designed not only to look cool, but to be light and compact. Its polycarbonate… Read more »

Tritium plans Australia’s largest fast charging network

Brisbane-based Tritium, developer of the shapely Veefil Fast Charger, plans to build what it says will be Australia’s largest fast-charging network. The proposed Fast Cities Network will comprise four Veefil fast-charging units in Brisbane, and eight near other popular destinations in the Southeast Queensland region, strategically located along major transport corridors. “Australia, ahead of the… Read more »