By Evan Williams Tesla is looking at sharing its Supercharger network with other automakers. The news comes directly from its CTO, JB Straubel.
It’s not the first time that sharing the Supercharger network has been floated. CEO Elon Musk mentioned previous discussions back in 2015. But nothing ever came of it. At the time, there were only a few hundred Superchargers operating, so it made little sense.
Now Tesla has more than 5,000 of the quick-charge stations at over 800 sites and has said that it expects to have more than 10,000 globally by the end of this year. That’s a very serious network, one
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