Tritium cuts ribbon on first DC Fast Charger manufacturing facility in US

Tritium cuts ribbon on first DC Fast Charger manufacturing facility in US

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https://electrek.co/2022/08/23/tritium-first-charger-manufacturing-facility-united-states/


Tritium cuts ribbon on first DC Fast Charger manufacturing facility in US



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4 thoughts on “Tritium cuts ribbon on first DC Fast Charger manufacturing facility in US

  1. Even the 75kw units will be a welcome. Remember that there are still many cars that are far more than what they need. And the more the better. We do actually need more of the city cars, low cost EVs. I am very happy with our Leaf. And when the lease is over we plan on getting a Bolt. For travels we use the ID.4 which is really great on road trips.

  2. “The facility will initially begin operations with the production of its RTM DC fast chargers capable of charge speeds up to 75 kW.”
    Well that’s disappointing for me.

    Edit: Think some people missed the “for me” part. I have home charging so I need fast chargers for road trips only. 75kw does nothing for me on a road trip.

  3. 150KW is slow for trip fast charging now. 75KW is for destinations, even 50 KW helps destinations. But anything slower just burns up time and space unless it’s some place we park overnight.

    I wonder what Biden told Tritium CEO at their meeting.

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