Rectifier Technologies could benefit from proposed electric vehicles policy | by SmallCaps

"Australians might be anxious about converting to electric powered transport primarily due to the lack of current infrastructure in the country." - Nicholas Yeoh.

Full article: Small Caps | 11-April-2019

EVs spark current thinking

“The debate over the lack of a national energy policy is centred on ideological and climate change arguments. There is, however, a more immediate and practical problem that’s likely to be detrimental to Australia that has to do with the predicted rapid up-take of electric vehicles (EVs) and their impact on our power grid.” – Valentino Vescovi.

Full article: The Australian | 19-March-2019

Tino Home Charger

Rectifier Technologies featured in The Australian

“We believe bi-directional chargers will be ubiquitous with the electric vehicle industry over the coming years, and we are pleased to be among the first to be developing rectifiers to meet this emerging need.” - Nigel Machin.

Full article: The Australian | 21-Dec-2018

Preferred Supplier Agreement with Tritium

Rectifier Technologies Ltd and Tritium Pty Ltd have signed a Preferred Supplier Agreement, effective from the 3rd of December 2018. This contract includes an exclusive supply and purchase arrangement between Rectifier Technologies Ltd and Tritium Ltd for the supply of 35kW high-voltage and high-efficiency modular power supply units for high power DC electric vehicle chargers (120KW and above), for at least 1 year with options to extend. This exclusive arrangement provides further opportunities to advance our products in the high-power DC electric vehicle charging sector.

High Efficiency Bi-Directional Platform

As part of Rectifier Technologies’ plan to pursue opportunities in the new energy market (presented at the AGM on the 27th of November 2017), the Company is pleased to announce its latest R&D project to introduce high efficiency bi-directional power conversion technology to its product offering. This allows the Company to address new needs in various new energy markets, driven by the rapid adoption of electric vehicles (EV) globally. Bi-directional means that in addition to charging the battery from the grid, when required, the grid can be supported by the battery and energy is transferred from vehicle battery to the grid (V2G). A further application is home support where optionally a vehicle battery can transfer energy to a home during a blackout (V2H). The first R&D prototype is expected to be integrated into the EV Home Charger by end of Q2 2019 and can be in full production by the end of Q4 2019.

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