NHP, Delta to distribute electric vehicle chargers

NHP has announced a partnership with innovative clean energy solutions provider, Delta, to bring their range of electric vehicle chargers to the Australian market.

Effective immediately, this partnership sees NHP gain sole distributorship of the Delta electric vehicle charger range in Australia, clearly demonstrating our commitment to service the local market with the latest in innovation and technology.

“We’re delighted to take on the distributorship of the Delta range of electric vehicle chargers. After identifying a need in the market for quality electric vehicle charger that was accessible, we wanted to ensure we were able to provide a solution and partnering with Delta enables us to do that – we’re excited by what the future holds,” said Ross De Rango, NHP’s Product Development Manager for Integration and Technology.

As well as boasting a modern and stylish appearance, the Delta range of AC electric vehicle chargers from NHP are compact and offer adjustable maximum current up to 32A at 230V for charging at ~7kW. Ideal for a range of applications including residential, commercial, fleet and parking, NHP are fully stocked locally and have begun receiving orders.

Other EV charging products available on order include: Delta Wallbox EV chargers (25kW DC), Delta Quick EV Chargers (50kW DC), and Delta Ultra-Fast EV chargers (up to 120kW DC).

“As the world’s largest power electronics company, at Delta we’re committed to offering innovative, clean and energy efficient solutions for a better tomorrow. Our wide range of electric vehicle (EV) chargers are a leading example of our commitment to a sustainable future and being at the forefront of the evolutionary shift to electric vehicles for personal transportation,” said Delta’s Australian director, Allen Chao.

“Through partnering with NHP, a leader in automation and power distribution systems, we can combine a full EV charger solution to develop and expand the much needed EV infrastructure required for this emerging technology in the Australian market,” he continued.

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