Osprey Charging, previously known as Engenie, has become the first in Europe to install Tritium’s RTM75 DC rapid EV charger.
The Tritium RTM75 units were installed by Osprey in partnership with Harkalm at the company’s new Starbucks site in Gosport, operated by 23.5 Degrees Ltd. Osprey will be installing a mix of Tritium’s DC units at future sites, ranging from 75 kW to 350 kW.
“Osprey’s mission is to deliver the very best charging experience for the ever-growing number of EV drivers on the UK’s roads. Tritium are an excellent partner for this mission,” said Ian Johnston, CEO of Osprey Charging.
Kevin Pugh, Tritium UK Country Manager, added, “Tritium is thrilled to launch the first RTM75 in the UK, which we are justifiably proud of. We are excited for this next phase of advanced EV charging technology, with improved user interface. This convenient customer charging experience has been a key criteria for Osprey as a leading network operator.”
Osprey Charging isn’t the only company turning to Tritium chargers to power their expansion. Ecotricity’s Electric Highway became the third network in the UK to install 350 kW chargers using the Tritium PK350. That charger can be upgraded to 475 kW in the future if needs be, while the RTM75 can be increased from 25 kW to 50 kW and 75 kW.
The RTM75 also provides options for 6m (20ft) cables with integrated cable management, ensuring safe and sustainable charging environments.