Tritium provides chargers in Central Maryland
The Australian charging manufacturer Tritium has partnered with Greenlots and Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) on a series of charging locations throughout Central Maryland.
The first phase involved the installation of Tritium RT50 DC fast chargers at 12 sites. These have been installed at libraries, government parking lots, airports, and retail centres, with eight more charging destinations planned in the coming months. Greenlots, which was acquired by the Shell Group in 2019, is providing installation and networking services to these BGE locations throughout the region.
“We applaud BGE for their investment in EV infrastructure. Maryland is part of a critical interstate corridor for both residents and travellers and having access to charging options near both highways and suburban areas is vital to continued electrification,” said Mike Calise, President of Americas at Tritium.
Tritium is somewhat of an innovator in the world of charging. The Australian company was among the first to enable Plug & Charge technology which is now installed in their charging posts across the globe. The company also developed the world’s only fully liquid-cooled, IP65-rated charger, providing customers with technology that is ingress-protected and sealed from outside elements, which enables the reduction of the total cost of ownership.