Brisbane-based EV charging tech company Tritium has been notching up some pretty significant achievements lately.
Not least of all, the company last month signed a deal with Munich-based IONITY to supply as many as 600 of its world-leading high power chargers for an EV charging network being rolled out across Europe.
As we reported here, the IONITY project, a joint venture with BMW Group, Daimler, Ford and the Volkswagen Group, ultimately aims to deploy a pan-European network of around 400 high power charging stations, to ensure EV drivers are always within 120km of a fast charge point.
But we thought this image – posted on LinkedIn by the company’s head of sales, Christian Hewitt – was too good not to share: eight of the company’s 50kW fast chargers installed at a car park at a NASA base in California’s Silicon Valley.
Being destination chargers, they are not Tritium’s latest or fastest technology. Those – its “world’s fastest” 350kW High Power Chargers – are capable of delivering 150km of battery range in just 5 minutes, and are better suited to to the world’s highways and autobahns.
But we’re sure they’re just right for the modern astronaut.