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Tritium partners with ChargeNet to install fast EV chargers at Taco Bells

Tritium has partnered with EV charging network operator ChargeNet with a plan to install fast chargers at Taco Bell restaurants in South San Francisco.

The Californian partnership is expected to expand in other areas and is funded by the California Energy Commission. This includes funding from the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP).

The SGIP funding aims to support charging for communities living in high fire-threat areas, communities that have experienced two or more utility Public Safety Power Shut-offs (PSPSs), as well as low-income and medically vulnerable customers. Funding from CALeVIP provides incentives for EV infrastructure across California with specific funding aimed at charging projects located in low-income and disadvantaged communities.

Titrium Chargers. Soon at your local Taco Bell.

“Our goal is to replace the refuelling experience that Americans know with a charging experience that is fast, convenient, and inviting,” said Tosh Dutt, CEO of ChargeNet. “Our first installation is just the beginning of realising that goal, and will be the first of many as we look to expand charging opportunities throughout the Bay Area and other parts of the country in the hopes of increasing adoption of EVs, especially in lower-income areas.”

Tritium says that the partners have already begun installing 75kW Tritium RTM fast chargers at the restaurant chain. These should be operational by the end of October. The charging points can provide up to 46 miles of range in 10 minutes and accept payment through ChargeNet’s mobile app and an integrated credit card reader.

“We’re always looking for opportunities to do things that haven’t been done before and especially those that create a “win-win” for our customers, the community and our business,” said SG Ellison, President of Diversified Restaurant Group, who operates nearly 250 Taco Bell and Arby’s in five states and is rapidly growing. “Tosh and his team have been great partners and we’re looking forward to providing our customers with the opportunity to charge their vehicles on Tritium’s market-leading technology.”

Earlier this month over in Europe, Tritium provide fast-chargers for Allego, which has expanded its partnership with the Van der Valk hotel chain and will install 120 new fast chargers at more than 50 hotels in Belgium and the Netherlands from the end of this year.

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