TUDEPOIN.COM – US electric car maker Tesla has announced the start of an additional business this time in Germany.
Through a message on Twitter, Recently, fast chargers from tech companies can be used by other countries. Whereas before, they only supplied for private label.
Most of the newly available superchargers are concentrated in Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia. with a total of 314 charging stations in Germany and Switzerland, Finland, Denmark and Luxembourg.
However, each kilowatt-hour costs 70 cents for other electronic cars. Charges must be made through the Tesla app.
Those who pay a monthly fee of 12.99 euros get cheaper electricity at 55 cents per kilowatt-hour.
In France, Spain, Norway, UK, Sweden, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands, supercharger testing for these third-party products has been ongoing for some time.
Since 2012, Tesla has built over 35,000 fast-charging stations for its electric cars around the world.
Charging was free until 2017. Models X and S manufactured before 2017 can still charge their cars for free today.