Tritium receives record-breaking order from bp

Tritium has revealed that bp has placed the largest ever order of EV chargers from a single customer in Tritium’s history.

The chargers will be used for fleets and the general public in Australia, the UK, USA, and Europe, and forms part of a multi-year contract between the two companies for chargers and related services to support bp’s growth in electrification.

Richard Bartlett, CEO at bp pulse, said as bp’s infrastructure grows worldwide, Tritium is a natural choice.

“Tritium has a global presence and industry-leading DC fast charging technology – we’re looking forward to putting these chargers to work across three continents.”

The order includes a mix of Tritium’s 50kW RTM and 150kW PHM chargers, with the RTM charger being one of the most advanced DC fast chargers on the market, and the company’s first modular charger.

The chargers for bp’s Australia markets are expected to be manufactured in Tritium’s Brisbane factory, which has a capacity of 5000 units per year.

Jane Hunter, CEO of Tritium, said Tritium are grateful to the bp team for their order and look forward to working together to support bp pulse as they build a reliable, accessible fast charging network around the world.

“As a result of bp’s order, Tritium’s industry-leading fast EV chargers will make it easier than ever before for commercial and everyday drivers to join the e-mobility transition.”

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