Charging specialist Tritium has announced a strategic partnership with power electronics company Solcon Industries. Solcon Industries thus becomes an official channel partner and service provider for Tritium and is to help meet the growing demand for charging infrastructure in Israel and Palestine.
The partnership is announced just after the July 24 announcement by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country’s plans to reach zero carbon emissions by 2050 and calling for a 96% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in transportation and an 85% reduction in the electricity sector.
Ravi Vaidya, Tritium Vice President of Sales for APAC & Middle East added: “As governments increase their commitments to fighting climate change and reducing carbon emissions, it’s critical that drivers have the confidence to adopt electric transportation. Tritium is proud to support the global transition to e-mobility through reliable, innovative technology that gets drivers back on the road in minutes, not hours.”
“The world is transitioning to electric transportation, yet drivers in Israel and Palestinian haven’t had adequate access to efficient, fast electric vehicle charging,” said Solcon Industries Vice President of Sales Izzi Eicher. “The people of this region want to drive electric vehicles, and we’re thrilled to be working with Tritium to make that a reality. With their advanced fast charging technology, we believe we’ll be providing drivers with the confidence that they can recharge quickly, efficiently and reliably every time they see a Tritium charger.”
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