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Tesla opens China supercharger network to the public

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Tesla announced on Tuesday that it has opened its supercharging network in China to 37 non-Tesla electric vehicle models. The move comes as local competitors such as Nio and Xpeng have revealed plans for aggressive expansion of their own infrastructure networks. Currently, 10 supercharging facilities in Beijing and Shanghai, along with a further 120 Tesla fast-charging stations nationwide, are available to owners of BYD’s Han sedan and Tang crossover, as well as some Nio and Xpeng cars. Tesla operates a network of more than 2,300 charging facilities and 12,000 chargers in China. By comparison, Nio stated last month that it plans to operate 2,300 swap stations and 24,000 chargers by the end of the year. In November 2021, Tesla opened its charging network to the public for the first time in the Netherlands.[[Tesla announcement, in Chinese]


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