Do you know All EVs Can Use the 7,500 Tesla Fast Chargers in the US? As part of its new requirements for a Made-in-America EV charging network, the White House stated on Wednesday, February 15, that Tesla will make some of its US charging stations accessible to every electric vehicle by the end of 2024. AP broke the news first.
According to the White House, by the end of 2024, the plan would allow EVs produced by other manufacturers access to at least 7,500 chargers from Tesla’s Supercharger and Destination Charger networks.
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On March 14, 2019, attendees to the debut of the new Tesla Model Y at the Tesla Design Center in Hawthorne, California, stand beside charging stations before entering. – Tesla unveiled a new electric sport utility vehicle that is somewhat larger and more expensive than its Model 3 and is marketed as an affordable electric vehicle. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, unveiled the “Model Y” late on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at the business’ design office in Hawthorne, a city in southern California. Tesla then started collecting online orders.
The White House on Wednesday launched a number of new initiatives, including new standards to make EV charging networks accessible and dependable for all Americans, particularly for long-distance travel.
No matter what kind of car they drive or where they charge, the new standards will ensure that everyone can use a network for charging.
Tesla, General Motors, EVgo, Pilot, Hertz, and other companies have also committed to expanding their networks by thousands of public charging stations over the following two years with the aid of private and federal subsidies from the infrastructure law.
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Tesla will build charging stations in hotels, restaurants, and other public locations, according to a statement from the White House. The Tesla app or website can be used to access these stations, according to officials, by any EV driver.
According to the White House, Tesla plans to expand its national network of Superchargers by 2030.
Following a meeting between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and staffers Mitch Landrieu and John Podesta from the White House last month, the new criteria were announced.