Tesla has been working day in and day out to expand its business, and the results are showing the true determination and zeal of the team workers. The brand has not only expanded the number of supercharging stations but has also bagged the second position in terms of the number of new stations and stalls. This expansion of Tesla’s Supercharging network in the second quarter of 2021 has shown that hard work always pays you off.
The company has reported that 267 new stations have been installed with 2385 new individual connectors which gives the average ratio of connectors per station close to a value of 8.9 which is considered stable.
|· 267 new stations
|126% more than a year ago
|· 2385 new individual connectors (stalls)
|118% more than a year ago
|· 8.9 connectors (stalls) per station on average
|3.6% less than a year ago
Recently, a piece of news was out that a maximum power of 250kW can be accepted by Tesla’s latest flagship models at V3 Superchargers. So, now the company is aiming to increase the peak output to 300kW.
The company has also planned that in 2021 they will open up their Superchargers to other i.e., non-Tesla EVs. This will not only lead to Tesla’s profit but will help in increasing the network gradually which will thereby accelerate the expansion of the network even more.
The opening of Tesla’s Supercharger for all the EVs has been one of the hottest topics in the last few weeks.
Tesla Superchargers (globally)- Q2 2021
Tesla has tremendously increased the cumulative number of Supercharging stations and stalls to:
|· 2966 stations
|46% more than a year ago
|· 26900 individual connectors (stalls)
|49% more than a year ago
|· 9.1 connectors (stalls) per station on average
|2% more than a year ago
The above statistics make a really good impression. It shows that the brand wants to maintain its record by breaking the one created by them. All this implies that there is no other network as large and powerful as the Tesla Supercharging network.