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Tesla superEVSE network open2 ccs EV use> payment a bit wonky +

Tesla agrees to open chargers to public amid White House electric vehicle push
2023/02/15 ... Drivers of rival carmakers’ vehicles will be able to use at least 7,500 Tesla chargers by the end of 2024 under the deal administration officials announced ... Tesla, which operates the nation’s second largest charging network behind ChargePoint, has agreed to make at least 7,500 of its chargers — nearly half its current total of Superchargers — open to non-Tesla electric vehicles for the first time. Those Tesla chargers are now compatible only with its own cars ...

Why Tesla is opening its charging network to other EVs
2023/02/15 ... Tesla ... agreed ... to open up 7,500 of its charging stations to non-Tesla [ccs] electric vehicles by the end of the year. In return, Tesla will be eligible for billions in federal subsidies — and may rake in sizable customer fees ...

Tesla officially opens Superchargers to non-Tesla EV owners in the US and explains how it works
2023/02/28 ...

Tesla unlocks EV network. What’s next in push to make chargers ‘as easy as filling with gas’
2023/02/18 ...

Tesla Superchargers are now open to non-Tesla EVs at ‘select sites’ in the US
2023/03/01 ...

Tesla Superchargers are now open to non-Tesla EVs at ‘select sites’ in the US
2023/03/01 ... The payment structure for non-Tesla EV owners is a bit wonky. You can either pay per charge or sign up for a monthly $13 membership for reduced rates ...

Tesla Superchargers will now charge non-Tesla electric vehicles
2023/03/01 ... It took a while, but better late than never ...

Tesla deploying V4 superEVSE

Tesla is deploying its first Supercharger V4, and it’s huge
2023/03/03 ... Tesla is deploying its first Supercharger V4, a new generation of its DC fast-charging stations, and it’s much bigger than the previous generation ... Tesla is believed to be ramping up production of the new charger in order to start deployment soon. The new charger is expected to feature a potential for a higher charge rate (which is currently capped at 250 kW for the Supercharger V3) and a solution to allow CCS charging for non-Tesla electric vehicles ...
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