Tritium (NASDAQ:DCFC) stock is rocketing higher on Tuesday thanks to a couple of pieces of positive news from the electric vehicle (EV) charging company.
The first win for investors in DCFC stock is a new order from BP (NYSE:BP). The company notes that this is the largest order it has ever signed and covers the U.S. U.K., Europe and Australia.
Investors will note that this is the second order BP has made with the company. The first came with its “multi-year global framework contract” in April 2022. The size of the orders has Tritium expecting increasing demand for DC fast chargers.
What Else Has DCFC Stock Up?
Tritium recently released preliminary earnings for the full year of 2022. That includes expectations for record revenue ranging from $95 million to $102 million, which would represent a 23% to 32% year-over-year (YOY) increase.
To go along with that, Tritium has provided guidance for fiscal 2023. The company expects revenue for the year to come in above $200 million. This would mark a more than 100% jump over its expected 2022 revenue.
With today’s news comes heavy trading of DCFC stock. As of this writing, more than 35 million shares have changed hands. That’s a major surge in trading volume compared to the daily average of 1.2 million shares.
DCFC stock is up 26.9% as of Tuesday morning.
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