Tesla opened its Superchargers to non-Tesla Dutchie EV drivers

Tesla opened its Superchargers to non Tesla Dutchie EV drivers.jpgsignature9c7166d7d1f0ed1a3e4147d7d2d4798d

This week Tesla launched its debut Non-Tesla Supercharger Pilot. The lucky country selected for the test is Holland, where the company opens 10 EV cost stations to non-Tesla EV local drivers.

According to the company it has always been its ambition to open the network to non-Tesla EVs. It will encourage drivers to go electronic and thus help fulfill Tesla's mission to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy.

More customers using Supercharger network enables faster expansion. Our goal is to learn and fly fast while continuing to expand the network robustly, so we can welcome both Tesla and Non-Tesla drivers at all. -all Supercharger worldwide.

Sounds like a big and honorable goal, but why is Tesla going all the way to Europe to prove it, instead of kicking in sunny California?


    Supercharger testing would not be so easy in the US


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