EVCS will purchase over 400 Tritium fast-chargers to add to its more than 100 Tritium charger deployment.
With over 1,500 chargers in its network EVCS says it was in the process of substantially increasing its network by the end of 2022. The latest order with Tritium will see them focus on California, Oregon and Washington.
Gustavo Occhiuzzo, CEO of EVCS called the expansion “an important part of reducing range anxiety for EV drivers on the West Coast.”
The more than 500 Tritium fast chargers ordered by EVCS, ranging from 50kW to 175kW, will account for nearly half of EVCS’ fast-charging network once fully deployed.
Drivers have the option to pay through the EVCS mobile app, Apple Pay, Google Pay, a credit card, or by becoming monthly subscribers with unlimited charging for a monthly fee.
The two companies added they were looking to benefit from Californian incentives to grow the network further. The California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), for example, continues to expand throughout the state.
Tritium expects to go public once the planned SPAC deal is completed at the end of this year and latest in January 2022.