10 years ago today, the first 6 Supercharger stations opened in Norway.Now, Tesla network spans 36 countries, 1000+ sites & 13k+ Supercharger posts—enabling freedom of travel, no matter your destination.
Tesla is celebrating 10 years of Supercharging in Europe by making all Superchargers free for a day. Tesla's decision to deploy its own DC fast-charging stations was indeed driven by the lack of existing infrastructure at the time. Over the years, Tesla has expanded its Supercharger network globally to support its growing fleet of electric vehicles. It's an impressive milestone, and I'm sure Tesla owners in Europe will appreciate the free Supercharger access for a day.
Today marks the 10-year anniversary of the first Superchargers being deployed in Europe, specifically in Norway. Since then, Tesla has expanded its Supercharger network to cover 36 countries, with over 1,000 sites and more than 13,000 Supercharger posts. This extensive network enables Tesla owners to enjoy the freedom of travel, no matter where their destination may be.
To celebrate this milestone, Tesla has announced that it will not charge customers for using the Supercharger network in Europe today. This gesture allows Tesla owners to take advantage of the charging infrastructure without any cost, making it even more convenient to travel and explore using their electric vehicles. It's a great way to commemorate the growth and success of Tesla's Supercharger network in Europe.
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