Tesla's Public EV Charging Network
(Available only to owners of Tesla vehicles)
The "uptime" of this network is 99.95%
The average uptime of all the other public charging stations: ~50%

By the way, those canopies are solar panels that feed large Tesla battery packs that are then used to supply electricity to the cars charging. So you will get some of your fuel from the sun.

As of September 2021. As of June 2023, 45,000 Superchargers



On September 14th, 2023 Tesla installed
their 50,000th Supercharger in the world!

They normally look like the one on the right, but the 50,000th charger
got a special look. And a plaque! It's in Roseville, California.
BTW, Tesla started installing chargers 11 years ago.
As they tell it, their cars come with a charging network.


Tesla's new version 3 Supercharger
More power, faster charging times
Longer cable
Will eventually replace all the existing chargers

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