Tesla has 40,000 “and counting” Superchargers worldwide

Tesla has 40,000 Superchargers worldwide, the company announced on its Charging Twitter account. This makes the company the largest DC fast charging network on Earth. The supercharger network has been a key asset in Tesla’s role as an electric vehicle industry leader.

A recent report analyzing Tesla’s best return on investment noted that the Supercharger network played a role in Tesla’s “economic divide”.

By building its own network of DC fast chargers, Tesla has been able to prevent customers from relying on other companies to charge while on the go. Tesla’s investment in its charging network has made it the largest DC fast-charging network in the world, and it’s only growing from there.

Tesla has begun opening the grid to non-Tesla electric vehicles and, according to the White House, plans to do so in the United States by the end of 2022. In November 2021, Tesla launched its pilot boost program in Europe , which allowed non-Tesla EVs to be charged at its stations, following a tweet from Elon Musk that the charging network would open up to other automakers.

Italy is the latest European country to join the pilot program. Although not on the pilot program list, Australia will also see non-Tesla electric vehicles at boost stations. New South Wales provincial leaders have confirmed that all Tesla Supercharger sites funded under the government’s super-fast charging grants will be available for all electric vehicles.

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Tesla has 40,000 “and counting” Superchargers worldwide






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