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Tesla also launches the first supercharger in Switzerland for third-party brands

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Tesla launches superchargers for all electric cars

With more than 35,000 superchargers, Tesla says it operates the largest fast charging network in the world. Now the American company launches the first stations for electronic cars of other brands – also in Switzerland. However, the fee is higher than that of Tesla drivers.

Published: 06/20/2022 at 11:05 AM


Updated: 06/20/2022 at 14:44

The Netherlands was the first to do so last fall, and now several other European countries are following, including Switzerland: American electric car maker Tesla is gradually launching its first Supercharger stations for cars of other brands. “The arrival of the third-party supercharger,” as Tesla calls the pilot project, aims to accelerate the global transition to sustainable energy.

In mid-June, Tesla announced via Twitter that electric cars from other manufacturers can now also draw power from select superchargers in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Charging points have already been approved in Norway, France, Austria, Belgium, Spain, Sweden and Great Britain.