Tritium Partners with ChargeNet to Install EV Fast Chargers

As the number of electric vehicles (EVs) is expected to continue growing – up to 35 million EVs are expected on U.S. roads by 2030 according to a Business Insider report from March 2021 – charging infrastructure is expected to need to expand commensurately to support the increased EV adoption.

October 13, 2021. By News Bureau

As the number of electric vehicles (EVs) is expected to continue growing – up to 35 million EVs are expected on U.S. roads by 2030 according to a Business Insider report from March 2021 – charging infrastructure is expected to need to expand commensurately to support the increased EV adoption.

Tritium has partnered with EV charging network operator ChargeNet with a plan to install RTM direct current (DC) fast chargers at South San Francisco Taco Bells to address this challenge.

The partnership, which is expected to expand in other areas, leverages funding from the California Energy Commission’s California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) and the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP).

“Our goal is to replace the refueling experience that Americans know with a charging experience that is fast, convenient, and inviting,” said Tosh Dutt, CEO of ChargeNet. 

“We’re always looking for opportunities to do things that haven’t been done before and especially those that create a “win-win” for our customers, the community and our business,” said SG Ellison, President of Diversified Restaurant Group.

“This project is a shining example of integrating solar, battery storage, and DC fast charging to help fast food restaurants serve a rapidly expanding EV driver customer base. These are the types of innovative solutions that have a double benefit – decarbonizing the planet in the long-term, while creating more resilient businesses in the short-term,” said Mike Calise, President of Americas at Tritium.
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