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Tesla’s Supercharger Network Expands to Non-Tesla Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

A Tesla Supercharger is a charging station that provides fast, reliable electricity to electric cars. Currently, Tesla uses its own proprietary connector on its Supercharger network in North America which exclusively supports Tesla EVs, but Elon Musk has talked about opening the Superchargers up to other non-Tesla EVs. Tesla began testing the concept with the European CCS connector standard in Norway last year, and has since expanded it to Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and Austria.

Recently, in a While House memo, it was mentioned, “Later this year, Tesla will begin production of new Supercharger equipment that will enable non-Tesla EV drivers in North America to use Tesla Superchargers.” This will make Tesla eligible for federal funds if it builds out its Supercharger network for non-Tesla EVs.

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