Posts Tagged Tesla Supercharger


Interview With Tesla’s European Director

ELECTRIFYING EUROPE: AN INTERVIEW WITH TESLA’S DIRECTOR OF WESTERN EUROPE [VIDEO] With so much recent buzz about electric vehicle developments in China, you might have forgotten about the tremendous potential for EVs in Europe. In August, year-over-year “EV sales grew by roughly 68%… [and] after eight months of the year, sales have now crossed the 180,000…

4 months ago by EVANNEX 0

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New “Electric Avenue” Report Points To Tesla’s Leading Role

ILSR REPORT: TESLA’S SUPERCHARGED ROLE ON ‘ELECTRIC AVENUE’ The Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) recently released a comprehensive report (via CleanTechnica) on electric vehicles. The ILSR’s report, Choosing the Electric Avenue – Unlocking Savings, Emissions Reductions, and Community Benefits of Electric Vehicles, authored by John Farrell, is a treasure trove for those looking to learn…

4 months ago by EVANNEX 6


Tesla Is On The Fast Track In Oz

TESLA IS COMING UP BIG DOWN UNDER This was an exciting time for Elon Musk in Australia. On the heels of Tesla’s continuing traction all across Australia, in late September Musk attended a Powerpack unveiling at Noeon Hornsdale wind farm in Jamestown, South Australia. He announced Tesla was approximately 50% finished the world’s biggest lithium-ion battery system. Just hours…

4 months ago by EVANNEX 11

Tesla Supercharger Count Surpasses 1,000

1,000 and still growing at a rapid rate. The Tesla Supercharger network has reached a milestone of 1,000 stations installed around the world since late 2012, when the first few were opened in California., a site that tracks all of the Tesla Superchargers, lists the following data: 449 stations…

4 months ago by Mark Kane 25


Tesla Extends Supercharger Route In Southern Australia

Tesla is expanding its Supercharger route in Southern Australia, which will allow drivers to check out the world’s largest battery site. As has been the plan all along, Tesla continues to indefinitely expand its global Supercharger network. This is due in part to Model 3 production — meaning many more people…

5 months ago by Steven Loveday 8