Tritium Reports Full Fiscal Year 2022 Financial Results

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  • Achieved file fiscal yr gross sales orders of $203 million, a rise year-over-year of 232%, and ended the June 30, 2022 fiscal yr with a file backlog of $149 million1 as buyer demand grew strongly throughout all the Company’s geographies
  • Reported file income of $86 million for fiscal yr ended June 30, 2022, representing a 53% improve year-over-year
  • Started manufacturing on the Company’s new 120,000 sq. foot Tennessee manufacturing unit in July 2022, a vital milestone in direction of supporting future development
  • Announced a $150 million three-year lending facility with the help of longstanding lending companions and a $75 million dedicated fairness facility

BRISBANE, Australia, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tritium DCFC Limited (Nasdaq: DCFC) (“Tritium” or the “Company”), a worldwide developer and producer of direct present (“DC”) quick chargers for electrical autos (“EVs”), right now introduced file gross sales orders, income, and backlog for any calendar yr or fiscal yr in its historical past.

Tritium right now introduced monetary outcomes for its fiscal yr ended June 30, 2022:

  • Sales orders: $203 million
  • Backlog: $149 million
  • Revenue: $86 million
  • Margin: -0.4% gross margin
  • Comprehensive loss: $120 million (inclusive of one-time stock-based compensation and itemizing prices)
  • Cash and money equivalents: $70 million

“Over $200 million of sales orders in a twelve-month period is an incredible validation of Tritium’s technology and category leadership, and significantly outpaces total sales orders in prior fiscal years. This is a testament to remarkable work from our employees, and a signal of the velocity now emerging across the global fast charger category as we look to 2023 and 2024,” stated Tritium CEO Jane Hunter. “Our customers are now implementing multi-year investment strategies to build networks of fast charging infrastructure in our primary target geographies of the United States, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. We are pleased to begin the 2023 fiscal year with a record contracted backlog that is currently in the process of being fulfilled as our Tennessee facility ramps-up its production capacity, in-line with our operating plan.”

Fiscal yr 2022 noticed an escalating stage of gross sales exercise throughout all of Tritium’s geographies, with sturdy demand from current and new prospects. Tritium is actively increasing manufacturing unit capability, bolstering provide chain, and bettering manufacturing yields. For the fiscal yr ended June 30, 2022, Tritium’s footprint grew to greater than 11,000 quick charger connectors around the globe.

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1 Tritium studies gross sales and backlog primarily based solely on executed and contracted buy orders; doesn’t embrace anticipated, anticipated, or potential volumes from memorandums of understanding (MOUs) or buyer indications

In help of this accelerating development, the Company formally opened its new Tennessee manufacturing unit on August 23, 2022. The manufacturing unit, which got here on-line in roughly 5 months, is deliberate to extend manufacturing capability over the course of calendar yr 2023, with an final goal capability of as much as 30,000 quick charger models per yr, for supply all through the Americas and Europe. Tritium expects the Tennessee manufacturing unit to succeed in a manufacturing capability of 6,000 charger models per yr by December 2022 and plans to scale to twenty-eight,000 models of manufacturing capability by December 2023.

Tritium is now producing its modular quick chargers on the Tennessee manufacturing unit. These DC quick chargers are suitable with all EVs, compact, dependable, IP65-rated, and value efficient, and are anticipated to be eligible for EV charging tax credit provided underneath the Inflation Reduction Act (“IRA”). Tritium’s modular quick chargers are additionally anticipated to satisfy Federal Highway Administration (“FHWA”) Buy America Act requirements in 2023, making them eligible for the $5 billion in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (“NEVI”) Formula Program funding, together with the primary wave of $900 million not too long ago authorized by President Biden. Tritium is already in discussions with a number of prospects who’re concentrating on NEVI Program disbursements. In addition to NEVI, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law offers $2.5 billion in discretionary grant applications for which Tritium expects its merchandise shall be eligible.

“Tritium’s Tennessee factory will create a step change in throughput for the Company. The facility, which spans 120,000 square feet, was designed to be capable of producing up to six times more product than Tritium’s prior global manufacturing footprint, and is one of the largest EV fast charger factories in the United States,” stated Rob Topol, who shall be transitioning into the position of CFO following the submitting of the Company’s Form 20-F. “Of particular importance, the Tennessee facility is expected to provide the Company with significant economies of scale in 2023. This scale — combined with improved manufacturing processes, reduced freight costs through a combination of delivery via truck instead of sea freight for North American customers and significantly shorter shipping routes to Europe, as well as onboarding local suppliers closer to the manufacturing process, component volume discounts, the expected easing of component shortages over the course of 2023, and faster to assemble modular chargers — is key in our plans to further increase gross margin above the 300 basis point improvement achieved year-over-year.”

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Despite the Company’s Tennessee manufacturing unit being accomplished in simply 5 months from lease graduation, its manufacturing volumes are roughly six weeks delayed because of the challenges skilled by electronics manufacturing companies globally, principally associated to produce chain and recruitment delays. This delay in manufacturing is anticipated to shift roughly six weeks of projected 2022 income, or roughly $45 million, into calendar yr 2023, leading to anticipated calendar yr 2022 income of roughly $125 million. Importantly, this income is anticipated to be realized within the first quarter of calendar yr 2023.

As beforehand introduced, Tritium refinanced its current $90 million credit score facility with a three-year $150 million facility led by its longstanding lenders, Cigna Investments, Inc. and Barings LLC. Further, the Company entered right into a dedicated fairness facility of as much as $75 million with B. Riley Financial, Inc., which the Company expects to entry relying on market circumstances. These financings shall be used for common company functions and dealing capital investments principally tied to the stock ramp-up required to satisfy considerably elevated gross sales orders, and the growth of the Tennessee manufacturing unit.

Earnings Conference Call Information
The Tritium administration group will host a convention name to debate the Company’s full fiscal yr 2022 outcomes on Thursday, September 22, 2022, at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time. The name might be accessed through a dwell webcast accessible on the Events web page within the Investor Relations part of Tritium’s web site at buyers.tritiumcharging.com. An archive of the webcast shall be accessible on the web site after the decision.

About Tritium
Founded in 2001, Tritium (NASDAQ: DCFC) designs and manufactures proprietary {hardware} and software program to create superior and dependable DC quick chargers for electrical autos. Tritium’s compact and sturdy chargers are designed to look nice on Main Street and thrive in harsh circumstances, via know-how engineered to be simple to put in, personal, and use. Tritium is concentrated on steady innovation in help of our prospects around the globe.

Tritium continues to qualify as a Foreign Private Issuer (“FPI”) as outlined by Rule 405 of Regulation C underneath the Securities Act and Rule 3b-4 underneath the Exchange Act. As such, the Company will file its subsequent interval monetary outcomes through its Form 6-Okay for the six-month interval ending December 31, 2022, in early 2023.

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Presentation of Information
Unless in any other case indicated, references to a specific “fiscal year” are to our fiscal yr ended June 30 of that yr. References to a yr apart from a “fiscal” or “fiscal year” are to the calendar yr ended December 31.

Forward Looking Statements
This press launch consists of “forward-looking statements” inside the that means of Section 27A of the Securities Act and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, also referred to as the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Any specific or implied statements contained on this press launch that aren’t statements of historic truth and customarily relate to future occasions, hopes, intentions, methods, or efficiency could also be deemed to be forward-looking statements. Words equivalent to “expect,” “estimate,” “project,” “budget,” “forecast,” “anticipate,” “intend,” “plan,” “may,” “will,” “could,” “should,” “might,” “possible,” “believe,” “predict,” “potential,” “continue,” “aim,” “strive,” and comparable expressions might determine such forward-looking statements, however the absence of those phrases doesn’t imply {that a} assertion shouldn’t be forward-looking. These forward-looking statements contain vital dangers and uncertainties that would trigger the precise outcomes to vary materially from the expressed or implied forwarding-looking statements, together with, however not restricted to: our historical past of losses; the flexibility to efficiently handle our development; the adoption and demand for digital autos together with the success of other fuels, modifications to rebates, tax credit and the influence of presidency incentives; the accuracy of our forecasts and projections together with these relating to our market alternative; competitors; our potential to safe financing; delays in our manufacturing plans; losses or disruptions in provide or manufacturing companions; dangers associated to our know-how, mental property and infrastructure; exemptions to sure U.S. securities legal guidelines because of our standing as a overseas personal issuer; and different necessary components mentioned underneath the caption “Risk Factors” within the Company’s prospectus filed pursuant to Rule 424(b)(3) filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) on August 30, 2022, as such components could also be up to date infrequently within the Company’s different filings with the SEC, accessible on the SEC’s web site at www.sec.gov and the Investors Relations part of Company’s web site at https://investors.tritiumcharging.com/. Any buyers ought to fastidiously take into account the dangers and uncertainties described within the paperwork filed by the Company infrequently with the SEC as a lot of the components are exterior the Company’s management and are troublesome to foretell. As a end result, the Company’s precise outcomes might differ from its expectations, estimates and projections and consequently, such forward-looking statements shouldn’t be relied upon as predictions of future occasions. The Company cautions to not place undue reliance upon any forward-looking statements, together with projections, which communicate solely as to administration expectations and beliefs as of the date they’re made. The Company disclaims any obligation or enterprise to replace or revise any forward-looking statements, whether or not because of new info, future occasions or in any other case, apart from to the extent required by relevant legislation.

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No Offer
This press launch is for informational functions solely and it doesn’t characterize a proposal to promote or the solicitation of a proposal to purchase any of the Company’s securities. There shall be no sale of the Company’s securities in any jurisdiction during which one could be illegal.

Consolidated Statements of Operations and Comprehensive Loss
For the years ended June 30, 2022, 2021, and 2020

    Year Ended
June 30, 2022
$’000
  Year Ended
June 30, 2021
$’000
  Year Ended
June 30, 2020
$’000
Revenue            
Service and upkeep income – exterior events   4,989     2,594     5,489  
Service and upkeep income – associated events       1     2  
Hardware income – exterior events   69,243     32,299     34,095  
Hardware income – associated events   11,589     21,263     7,383  
Total income   85,821     56,157     46,969  
Cost of products offered            
Service and upkeep – prices of products offered   (3,778 )   (2,873 )   (2,138 )
Hardware – value of products offered   (82,383 )   (55,188 )   (45,805 )
Total value of products offered   (86,161 )   (58,061 )   (47,943 )
Selling, common and administration expense   (74,323 )   (31,624 )   (23,615 )
Product growth expense   (14,031 )   (10,521 )   (9,548 )
Foreign alternate acquire/(loss)   (4,208 )   (1,436 )   (231 )
Total working prices and bills   (92,562 )   (43,581 )   (33,394 )
Loss from operations   (92,902 )   (45,485 )   (34,368 )
Other revenue (expense), internet            
Finance prices   (18,136 )   (8,795 )   (1,509 )
Transaction and providing associated charges   (6,783 )   (4,794 )    
Fair worth actions – derivatives and warrants   (9,782 )   (5,947 )    
Other revenue   61     1,940     1,433  
Total different bills and different revenue   (34,640 )   (17,596 )   (76 )
(Loss) earlier than revenue taxes   (127,542 )   (63,081 )   (34,444 )
Income tax expense   (20 )   (11 )    
Net (loss)   (127,562 )   (63,092 )   (34,444 )
Net (loss) per widespread share            
Net (loss) per widespread share attributable to widespread shareholders   (127,562 )   (63,092 )   (34,444 )
Basic and diluted – widespread shares   (1.01 )   (0.58 )   (0.33 )
Basic and diluted – C shares       (0.58 )   (0.33 )
Weighted common shares excellent            
Basic and diluted – widespread shares   126,814,171     99,915,563     97,565,239  
Basic and diluted – C shares       8,047,417     8,047,417  
Comprehensive Loss            
Net (loss)   (127,562 )   (63,092 )   (34,444 )
Other complete (loss) (internet of tax)            
Change in overseas forex translation adjustment   7,336     (136 )   (600 )
Total different complete (loss) (internet of tax)   7,336     (136 )   (600 )
Total complete (loss)   (120,226 )   (63,228 )   (35,044 )
                   

Consolidated Statements of Financial Position
As of June 30, 2022 and 2021

  As of
June 30, 2022
$’000
  As of
June 30, 2021
$’000
Assets      
Cash and money equivalents 70,753     6,157  
Accounts receivable – associated events 16     2,991  
Accounts receivable – exterior events 30,816     11,318  
Accounts receivable – allowance for anticipated credit score losses (275 )   (227 )
Inventory 55,706     36,430  
Prepaid bills 4,873     918  
Deposits 15,675     4,912  
Total present belongings 177,564     62,499  
Property, plant and tools, internet 11,151     5,689  
Operating lease proper of use belongings, internet 24,640     18,312  
Deposits     1,350  
Total non-current belongings 35,791     25,351  
Total belongings 213,355     87,850  
Liabilities and Shareholders’ Deficit      
Accounts Payable 47,603     17,135  
Borrowings 74     36,571  
Contract liabilities 37,727     9,198  
Employee advantages 2,653     2,037  
Other provisions 27,623     5,349  
Obligations underneath working leases 4,020     2,941  
Financial devices – by-product     874  
Other present liabilities 2,939     6,101  
Warrants 12,340      
Total present liabilities 134,979     80,206  
Obligations underneath working leases 25,556     17,660  
Contract liabilities 2,231     1,618  
Employee advantages 217     125  
Borrowings internet of unamortized issuance prices 88,269     37,369  
Related get together borrowings     6,392  
Other provisions 2,652     2,541  
Financial devices – by-product     5,947  
Other non-current liabilities      
Total non-current liabilities 118,925     71,652  
Total liabilities 253,904     151,858  
Commitments and Contingent liabilities      
Shareholders’ Deficit      
Common inventory, no par worth, limitless inventory approved at June 2022, 153,094,269 shares issued (107,806,361 legacy Tritium widespread shares as of June 2021); 148,893,898 shares excellent as of June 2022 (99,915,561 legacy Tritium widespread shares as of June 2021) 227,268     92,809  
Treasury shares, 4,200,371 as of June 30, 2022 (7,890,800 as of June 2021)      
Legacy Tritium Class C shares, no par worth, limitless shares approved at June 2021, 8,052,499 shares issued and excellent as of June 2021 (Nil as of June 2022)     4,383  
Additional paid in capital 19,210     5,601  
Accumulated different complete revenue (loss) 3,640     -3,696  
Accumulated deficit (290,667 )   (163,105 )
Total Shareholders’ deficit (40,549 )   (64,008 )
Total Liabilities, and Shareholders’ deficit 213,355     87,850  
           
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Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
For the years ended June 30, 2022, 2021, and 2020

    Year Ended
June 30, 2022
$’000
  Year Ended
June 30, 2021
$’000
  Year Ended
June 30, 2020
$’000
Cash flows from working actions            
Net loss   (127,562 )   (63,092 )   (34,444 )
Reconciliation of internet loss to internet money utilized in working actions            
Share-based compensation expense   28,188     8,371      
Foreign alternate features or losses       1,436     213  
Depreciation expense   2,198     2,312     1,309  
Borrowing prices   1,518         725  
Fair worth actions – derivatives and warrants   9,782     5,947      
Adjustment for capitalized curiosity   12,761     8,559      
Changes in working belongings and liabilities            
Accounts receivable   (16,475 )   (1,063 )   (4,755 )
Inventory   (19,276 )   (8,771 )   (2,455 )
Accounts payable   3,263     6,619     (1,085 )
Employee advantages   708     720     507  
Other liabilities   37,020     9,069     1,800  
Other belongings   (18,965 )   (2,567 )   (2,269 )
Net money utilized in working actions   (86,840 )   (32,460 )   (40,436 )
Cash flows from investing actions            
Payments for property, plant and tools   (7,023 )   (2,572 )   (1,309 )
Net money utilized in investing actions   (7,023 )   (2,572 )   (1,309 )
Cash flows from financing actions            
Proceeds from issuance of Common Stock within the Business Combination   53,182          
Transaction prices paid   (3,808 )        
Proceeds from the train of warrants   26,572          
Proceeds from issuance of Common Stock pursuant to the PIPE Financing   15,000          
Proceeds from issuance of Common Stock pursuant to the Option Agreements   45,000          
Proceeds from issuance of legacy Tritium bizarre shares           23,677  
Proceeds from borrowings – exterior events   117,527         33,029  
Proceeds from borrowings – associated events           5,150  
Proceeds from convertible notes together with by-product       33,367      
Transaction prices for borrowings   (3,888 )       (1,162 )
Repayment of borrowings – exterior events   (77,351 )       (12,392 )
Repayment of borrowings – associated events   (6,414 )        
Waiver of associated get together’s choice to amass Tritium   (6,816 )        
Net money offered by financing actions   159,004     33,367     48,302  
Effects of alternate price modifications on money and money equivalents   (545 )   120     (60 )
Net improve / (lower) in money and money equivalents   65,141     (1,665 )   6,557  
Cash and money equivalents firstly of the interval   6,157     7,702     1,205  
Cash and money equivalents finish of the interval   70,753     6,157     7,702  
                   

Tritium Media Contact
Jack Ulrich
media@tritium.com.au

Tritium Investors Contact
Caldwell Bailey
ICR, Inc.
TritiumIR@icrinc.com

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