“These are true state-of-theart chargers, which will change the very look and feel of highways across the continent. When people see these bright beacons shining in the distance, they’ll know that they get served in a most convenient, safe and fastest rate possible,” said Tritium CEO and co-founder, David Finn.
The initial network of 400 charging stations is planned to be deployed by the end of 2020 across 24 European countries, and will include many of the new fast charger units. Approximately 140 stations are currently up and running with over 50 under construction.
“Our participation in this joint venture reaffirms the Group’s commitment to future electromobility,” said Thomas Schemera, Executive Vice President and Head of Product Division at Hyundai Motor. “I am confident that our work with Ionity will open a new era of High-Power charging experiences, where charging will be seamless and easier than refueling for our customers.