Tesla built 858 new public charging stations in the U.S. over the past 12 months : TreeHugger

Tesla’s Supercharger network is getting most of the attention because it is quite innovative (more powerful than anything else, powered by clean energy, free-to-use for Tesla owners), but the majority of the growth in Tesla’s charging infrastructure is actually coming from what the company calls “destination charging”. These chargers are quite a bit slower than Superchargers – in fact, they’re like the home chargers that you can install in your garage – but they’re a lot less expensive and you don’t always need the extra speed, so they’re perfect for certain “destinations” like hotels, restaurants, and stores. Anywhere you are likely to be parked for a while, or overnight, is a good candidate.

Source: Tesla built 858 new public charging stations in the U.S. over the past 12 months : TreeHugger

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