Feb 22, 2018 - 05:24 pm

Tesla consolidates supercharger network in China

Tesla has further expanded their charging network in China. Now it covers most cities in the Jangtse Delta, the Pearl River Delta, the Region Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and the Region Chengdu-Chongqing. Also three of the largest charging parks belonging to Tesla are on Chinese soil. 

In total, Tesla has more than 1,000 supercharging units, as well as over 2,000 Destination Chargers in the People’s Republic, and currently has about 80 local branches. Of particular note is the largest charging park in the world, which was opened by Tesla in October on the parking deck of the Lilac International Business Center in Shanghai, with 50 fast charging stations.

In the recently released Q4 report for 2017, Tesla mentions 338 new charging locations, with a total of 1,128 charging points installed. The previously mentioned goal of setting up 10,000 Superchargers has not been mentioned again.



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22.02.2018 17:56