- Tesla celebrates 10 years of Supercharger stations in Europe
- Free EV charging on August 29 as part of Electric Summer
- Over 70% of Supercharger network now open to all EVs
Tesla gives free EV charging to mark a decade since its first Supercharger station debuted in Europe
To commemorate the occasion, the company is extending an offer of free EV charging to all-electric vehicle owners for today only.
EV owners can enjoy complimentary charging as part of Tesla’s Electric Summer festivities. Notably, over 70% of the network is now accessible to all EVs. This boosts charging options for countless EV drivers in Europe and the Middle East.
Over the past decade, the Supercharger network has evolved immensely. Originating with just six stations in Norway in 2013, it now spans 36 countries with 1,000+ sites and over 13,000 individual Superchargers. The network’s seamless integration with Tesla cars and the app has streamlined the charging process, maintaining an impressive 99.95% uptime in 2022.
With over 9,200 Superchargers and 660 stations welcoming all EVs, this open network is Europe’s largest ultra-fast charging system. The Electric Summer celebrations, featuring Drive-In Cinema events, culminate on September 1st with a grand 10-year celebration near Oslo.