Tritium, EVCS to deploy 300 new EV fast chargers

Tritium, EVCS to deploy 300 new EV fast chargers

Tritium DCFC Limited is partnering with EVCS to deploy 300 new chargers across California, Oregon, and Washington. The order consists of 300 50 kW Tritium RTM fast chargers, making the total Tritium DC fast charger contribution to the EVCS network over 800.

In November 2021, Tritium and EVCS announced an agreement to add over 500 DC fast chargers to EVCS’s network, many of which have already been installed as a part of the upgrade of the West Coast Electric Highway. Building on this initial investment, the new fast chargers will be installed in high-traffic areas, including retail locations and transit centers, underserved communities where access to chargers is limited, and near highways and tourist centers, the company says.

Tritium recently unveiled a new project with the Motor Fuel Group Forecourt Network that would deploy over 100 DC fast chargers in the United Kingdom and overall support the country in the movement toward a cleaner environment. The company also announced its largest global manufacturing facility will open in Tennessee.

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