Tritium Holding Pty Ltd, a universal manufacturer and developer of DC power fast charging technology for electric automobiles, unlocked a new-fangled office in Singapore on 5th October 2021. The launch of the new Singaporean office targets to supply the surge in interest in electric vehicles in the APAC and MENA region. The new-fangled office will also allow Tritium to expand its local footprint in the region and resonate more effectively with its consumers in Asia.
Tritium in Singapore
CEO of Tritium, Jane Hunter, stated that the area has been active in encouraging the uptake of electric vehicles. Hunter indicated that Singapore has recently released an Electric Vehicle Early Adoption Incentive and an improved Vehicular Emissions Scheme to minimize the bridge of cost gap between internal combustion engine vehicles and electric vehicles.
Thailand has declared that electric vehicles will dictate at least 30% of the total domestic automobile production by 2030 to transform itself into a low-carbon society. The country will also be accommodated with 12,000 public fast-charging stations by 2030. These are only two examples indicating the APAC region’s transition to electric vehicles. Hunter stated that the region is also witnessing a surging interest in the installation of charging infrastructure as a result of this transition.
Tritium’s Singaporean office will be directed by Ravi Vaidya. He stated that the Singaporean office would prove to be a gateway to the Asian market. It will aid the company to deploy fast-charging infrastructure. He indicated that the Tritium chargers are aptly suited to endure the APAC and Middle Eastern milieus. The chargers are tested and fabricated to bear wind, humidity, dust, extreme heat, and any other prevailing environmental characteristics.