Tesla Supercharging Stations In All 50 States & Further Expansion
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On January 4, 2022, Tesla Supercharger network is officially in all 50 states, with state of Hawaii being the last state that did not have a Supercharger. Technically, Hawaii already had a Supercharger station on the island of Lanai, but it was built only for the Tesla board member Larry Ellison (who owns most of the island of Lanai). Electrek magazine reported that a new Supercharger was launched in Alaska in November of 2021. Now, with a new station launched in Aiea, Hawaii, on January 4, 2022, that means Tesla has officially expanded the network in all 50 states.
As of January of 2022, Tesla has reached more than 30,000 Superchargers worldwide. By opening its network also to other vehicles of other automakers, Tesla would not only increase its traffic but also have access to the new $7.5 billion federal program for funding EV infrastructure. More funds would definitely help to expand the network even faster. In 2021, Tesla announced plans to triple the size of the Supercharger network within two year.
Elon Musk has called for a massive increase in the Tesla Supercharger Network. This will likely mean an expansion of V3 superchargers worldwide, with the help of Tesla’s new supercharger factory in China capable of producing 10,000 high power electric chargers per year. In addition, Elon Musk had stated during Tesla’s Model S Plaid event that supercharger power will increase to 280 kW, 300 kW, and 350 kW over time. We’ve also received word that Tesla is looking to open up the supercharger platform in Europe, which if done properly will lead to a minimal impact in competitive advantages and solidify Tesla’s dominant position as a toll road for all Evs, in the video published on June 19, 2021, “Tesla Supercharger Network MASSIVE INCREASE“, below:
Besides the 50 states of USA, Tesla Supercharging network expansion is worldwide, in the video published on Nov 10, 2021, “Tesla Is About To TAKE OVER The Worldwide Charging!” below:
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Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker More about the community at www.WindermereSun.com
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