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Tritium Boosts EV Charger Production Seven-Fold At Brisbane Plant

Original story at CleanTechnica• 4 mentions • 1 week ago

CleanTechnica 1 week ago

 
October 12th, 2017 by Giles ParkinsonOriginally published on RenewEconomy Queensland-based EV charging station company Tritium has unveiled its global HQ and new manufacturing facility in Brisbane, which will see a seven-fold increase in capacity – but which may just a fraction of total production within a decade. The new facility lifts the manufacturing capability of Tritium – founded by a group of University of Queensland students just over a decade ago – from around 60 a month to 6,000 a year, in turn boosting its manufacturing jobs from 30 to 90. CEO David Finn, however, says it’s just the start ...
 
 
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