Tritium Partners and Loop EV Charging Network to Expand DC Fast Charging Infrastructure
To meet growing demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure throughout the U.S., Tritium, a global leader in direct current (DC) fast charging hardware and software, has entered into a collaboration agreement with EV charging network operator Loop. The partnership includes the recent installation of Tritium DC fast chargers in Los Angeles, at 6404 Wilshire Blvd., a centerpiece commercial office building along the famous Miracle Mile neighborhood. With many additional projects in the pipeline, Tritium looks to expand its partnership with Loop to Arizona, New York, and New Jersey, along with further installations in California.
“Tritium’s industry-leading DC fast-charging solutions allow us to serve our customers better as we continue the expansion of Loop’s rapidly growing EV charging network,” said Dustin Cavanaugh, CEO at Loop. “We recognize the important role DC fast charging plays in widespread EV adoption, and we could not be more excited to combine forces with Tritium to drive adoption of this technology across the U.S.”
Tritium’s partnership with Loop comes as demand increases for faster EV charging options across the U.S. Los Angeles has seen high growth in EV adoption but remains underserved in terms of the availability of fast charging infrastructure. Through this partnership, Tritium and Loop hope to fill existing EV charging gaps in California and across the country, targeting workplace and retail center charger installations with convenient and accessible fast-charging solutions.
“As the world shifts toward electric vehicles, it is critical for drivers to have access to convenient charging solutions,” said Mike Calise, President of the Americas at Tritium. “We are excited to bring Tritium’s advanced technology to more Californians and to make the ease and reliability of DC fast charging available to customers where they live and work. We believe the partnership with Loop is a great way to get our DC fast charging technologies to drivers, where they are needed, as quickly as possible.”