Thursday, May 19, 2022

Tesla opens Superchargers to third-parties in the Netherlands

After a test phase lasting several months, Tesla has now made all of its Superchargers in the Netherlands accessible to electric cars from other brands. The first Pilot programs are also underway in Norway, France, Germany and Belgium for electric car drivers from other brands to use the Tesla Superchargers via an app.

After Tesla initially opened ten Superchargers in the Netherlands with a pilot program three months ago, Tesla’s Supercharger Map now shows that Tesla has 54 Supercharging locations in the Netherlands, although not every location is open. Tesla spread the news of the opening of its Supercharging network via its Twitter channel. The Company posted this tweet:

The Supercharger locations in the Netherlands are now found in Almere, Amsterdam, Bergen op Zoom, Den Bosch, Deventer, Groningen, Haalem, Houten, Maastricht, Nederweert, Ridderkerk, Roermond, Roosendaal, Schiemdam, Spier, Urecht, Zoetermeet, and Zurich.

Last month it became clear that the Supercharger network would also become available for EV drivers from other brands in other European countries. The initial openings served as a test run to gain experience with demand. At the end of January, the test project was extended to Norway and France, and pilot programs are also starting in Germany and Belgium.

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