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Tesla Opens Supercharger Station in Alaska, Expanding Non-Tesla Charging Network

by EVBASEOperate September 26, 2023

Tesla Opens Supercharger Station in Alaska, Expanding Non-Tesla Charging Network
Tesla's Supercharger network is expanding to include non-Tesla electric vehicles (EVs), and the latest addition is a station in Chugiak, Alaska. This development is a major step forward in providing charging support for EVs with CCS1 compatibility across North America.


The Chugiak Supercharger Station is equipped with V3 Supercharging stalls and Magic Dock CCS1 adapters. This groundbreaking technology allows the station to serve both Tesla and non-Tesla EVs with CCS compatibility, making it incredibly convenient for EV owners in the region.

To access the Chugiak Supercharger station, non-Tesla EV users simply need to use the Tesla app and have a Tesla account. This opens up a new level of inclusivity and convenience for charging different brands and models of EVs.

While there are currently around 15 Tesla Supercharging sites in the United States that allow non-Tesla EV usage, the expansion is still concentrated in the eastern part of the country. However, with the opening of the Chugiak station and a few others in California, Texas, and Utah, there is potential for further expansion in these regions.

The Magic Dock technology plays a vital role in the expansion of non-Tesla Supercharging. It ensures that Supercharger stations meet the requirements for public funding under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program (NEVI). These requirements include having at least four CCS1 outputs capable of delivering a minimum of 150 kilowatts of power simultaneously.

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