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Gift from Tesla: free charging for all EVs on Aug. 29 at Superchargers

August 29, 2023


On Aug. 29, 2013, Tesla’s first 6 supercharger stations opened in Norway. Ten years later, the network extends across 36 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa with more than a thousand locations and 13,000 individual Superchargers. Over time, the greater integration of the network into our cars and the Tesla app has made the overall experience smarter while keeping it simple and intuitive. Just plug and charge. With an uptime of 99.95% by 2022, Tesla has also managed to expand and upgrade the network while remaining highly reliable.

More than 70% of the network is now open to all EVs

Opening the network to other EVs began in November 2021 as part of a pilot program. After months of data and feedback collection, it is now a full-fledged offering. The open network is the largest ultra-fast charging network in Europe with more than 9,200 Superchargers and 660 Supercharger stations currently accepting all EVs. This program allows EV owners to access the network in a few easy steps and at a fair price.

Free charging on Aug. 29, 2023

Ten years of Tesla Superchargers is now being celebrated with a special initiative: free charging for all EVs on Aug. 29. So if your EV still needs some energy, hurry to a Tesla Supercharger to charge for free. The loading session must be started no later than 11:59 p.m. on Aug. 29.

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