Lynkwell, a charge point operator and charging solutions provider for the electric vehicle (EV) industry, announced the purchase of more than 50 fast chargers from Tritium DCFC (Tritium) a global leader in direct current (DC) fast chargers for electric vehicles. The chargers are expected to be installed primarily in retail settings as part of Lynkwell’s growing charging network.
“US drivers want access to reliable and convenient fast charging, and Lynkwell’s new US charging network featuring Tritium chargers can start to deliver that,” said Tritium CEO Jane Hunter. “These Tritium chargers will offer American EV drivers more fast charging options and help the US transition to sustainable electric transportation.”
Lynkwell has placed purchase orders for a variety of Tritium’s fast charging equipment, including Tritium’s award-winning 75kW modular charger and highly scalable 150kW modular fast charger. Lynkwell’s newly acquired Tritium chargers are already being assigned to key projects nationwide, adding to the hundreds of Tritium chargers currently on Lynkwell’s network.
“Lynkwell strives to create a seamless charging experience, making Tritium a natural choice as a partner,” said Lynkwell President Jason Zarillo. “Tritium’s fast charging technology combined with our robust charging solutions creates an easy experience for charging station operators. Partnerships like this are critical to delivering the reliable EV charging infrastructure that America needs.”
Lynkwell operates a nationwide EV charging network and provides simple EV charging and renewable energy solutions for other EV charging network operators. The company offers turnkey resources ranging from permitting and site design to installation and management.