Tritium and Saudi-owned e-mobility solutions provider Electromin have inked an agreement for 200 of Tritium’s RTM and PKM150 direct current fast chargers.
“The world is embracing electric transportation, and Electromin is committed to providing greater access to fast charging infrastructure for EVs across our regions of business,” said Kalyana Sivagnanam, CEO of Electromin.
“As we increase this access, it’s critical that we partner with a technology provider with hardware and software to help our business grow sustainably and cost-effectively – we found that partner in Tritium.”
The agreement is in line with Electromin’s goal to increase access to EV infrastructure in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which has pledged to have net zero carbon emissions by 2060 and boost the uptake of electric vehicles.
“We see a massive opportunity to help countries and regions build the charging infrastructure needed to support the deluge of EVs anticipated to come to market. Tritium’s investment in differentiated and world-class hardware and software development puts the company in a unique position to enable businesses and governments to develop charging networks in all corners of the world,” said Tritium CEO Jane Hunter.
“We’re determined to expand our global reach and market share, and deeper expansion into Middle Eastern markets will greatly help us achieve this goal. Through this new partnership with Electromin, we’ve established a strong foothold to better grow our business.”