Brisbane-based fast charger manufacturer Tritium has been crowned the “Chargepoint Manufacturer of the Year” by the Electric Vehicle Innovation & Excellence (EVIE) awards, citing its liquid cooling technology and its global footprint.
The UK-based EVIE judges also highlighted the launch of Tritium’s new Modular Scalable Charging (MSC) hardware platform and the innovative RTM fast charger launched in November, 2020, and also praised the company for its expanding footprint.
Tritium’s current product line includes chargers ranging from 50kW to 350kW, including the company’s most powerful DC fast charger, the PK350, which accounts for the majority of the Ionity fast charging network across Europe.
Tritium also launched in 2020 its RTM DC fast charger, an upgradeable DC fast charger which provides businesses with the flexibility to scale their chargers from 25kW to 50kW and up to 75kW.
“This recognition is a major vote of confidence from the EV industry and industry peers,” said Jane Hunter, Tritium CEO.
“The global EV industry is rapidly expanding, and we’re preparing to grow and expand our market share to become the first choice in DC fast charging technology.”
Tritium has also bolstered its international presence and reputation by participating in a number of charging milestones around the globe.
This year alone, Tritium set a record for the largest universal fast charging station in the United States at Revel’s Brooklyn Superhub, which consists of 25 of Tritium’s 75kW RTM fast chargers. Tritium also partnered with Gridserve to create the United Kingdom’s largest high power motorway charging site, which includes 12 PK350 rapid chargers.
In just the last few months, Tritium signed a deal with fast-charging network Evie Networks to supply more than 300 chargers for a new charging infrastructure deployment across Australia. On the other side of the globe, Tritium partnered with ReCharge Alaska to deploy one of its RT50 DC fast chargers in the small Alaskan town of Cantwell.
Earlier this month, Tritium opened a new office in Singapore with the hopes of supporting expansion into the Asia Pacific and Middle East electric vehicle markets and create a local presence in Asia.