Leading supplier of direct current fast chargers for electric vehicles Tritium DCFC and Enel X Way have signed a global framework agreement and first contract in the US, deepening Enel X Way’s access to Tritium’s fast charging hardware and software. Under the agreement, Enel X Way will pair its JuiceNet software platform with Tritium’s 175kW fast charger and a 50kW variant of the company’s award-winning RTM to deliver smart fast charging solutions for fleets, automakers, utilities, and public charging sites along highways.More than 250 fast chargers are expected to qualify for a tax credit that was recently modified and extended as part of the Inflation Reduction Act. Under the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit, commercial projects now qualify for a maximum incentive of 30% or USD 100,000 per charger, up from USD 30,000 per property, whichever is of lesser value.In the future, the companies intend to further expand their relationship to meet the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program objectives, which will support the Biden- Harris Administration’s goal to develop a national network of 500,000 EV chargers. To meet NEVI demand, Enel X Way intends to deploy Tritium's Buy America-compliant PKM150 DC fast chargers. Tritium’s PKM150 and RTM are expected to begin US production at the company’s Tennessee factory this fall and meet the Federal Highway Administration’s Buy America compliance requirement in the first quarter of 2023.Enel X Way is a global leader in smart EV charging solutions with over 380,000 charging ports worldwide.