Tesla further expands the European Supercharger network, adding Italy.

Yesterday, Tesla further expanded its Supercharger network open plan and added Italy to the list. This means that non-Tesla electric vehicle users in Italy can also pay to use Tesla’s Supercharger network, which can support charging power between 150-250 kW depending on the type of vehicle being charged.

In November 2021, Tesla tested the first 10 Supercharger stations in the Netherlands and opened 16 stations in France and 15 stations in Norway to other brands in January 2022.

Starting from the first station in the Netherlands, as of the time of publishing, non-Tesla electric vehicle users from 15 European countries can experience this service, including:

  • France
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • United Kingdom
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Belgium
  • Austria
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Germany
  • Luxembourg
  • Switzerland
  • Iceland
  • Italy

According to Tesla’s official website, Tesla currently has over 35,000 Supercharger stations worldwide and builds an average of 6 sites per week. However, Tesla has not fully opened its Supercharger network in China yet. Earlier this year, Tesla executives stated that Tesla has plans to open its Supercharger network in China and will announce it at an “appropriate time”.

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