In January, Tesla released a new map of upcoming Supercharging stations with timelines for new stations across the world
Electric vehicle giant Tesla’s Supercharger network has reached a total of 25,000 charger stalls all over the globe, with just over 2,700 Supercharger stations.
A report by Electrek shares that as per Tesla’s new Twitter account dedicated to its charging stations called ‘Tesla Charging’, the company opened 8 new charging stations in one week alone. The automaker is planning many more stations this year, it added.
At the end of 2020, the EV player had installed over 20,000 charging stalls at over 2,100 Supercharging stations in various parts of the world.
The report added that when Tesla introduced the Model S to the market, fast-charging stations were non-existent and the automaker decided to develop its network to control the charging experience.
But it soon realised what a gruelling task building charging stations would be, owing to factors like coordinating with property owners, contractors, and the local electric utility.
In January, Tesla released a new map of upcoming Supercharging stations with timelines for new stations across the world.
Tesla’s Supercharger network is the only global network of fast-charging stations.