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Tesla V3 Supercharging: 250kW charge stations announced
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7th Mar 2019
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Tesla V3 Supercharging: 250kW charge stations announced

Tesla has announced the latest generation of its 'Supercharging' fast-charge network, dubbed V3, with 250kW speeds bringing the brand closer to those promised by the European Ionity network. Backed by a central 1MW power cabinet with a design inspired by the brand's industrial products, capable of charging at 250kW or, as Tesla is putting it, 1000 miles per hour of charge when operating at peak efficiency.
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Scott Collie
Tesla Supercharger global network to double by 2018
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26th Apr 2017
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Tesla Supercharger global network to double by 2018

Electric vehicle (EV) company Tesla has announced plans to double its charging network by the end of this year, in the lead-up to the launch of its smallest and most affordable offering, the Model 3. Since 2012, Tesla has built 842 stations with over 5400 Superchargers and more than 9000 Destination Charging connectors, and plans to double that to more than 10,000 chargers by the end of 2017.
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James Wong
Tesla's new Supercharger stations will offer better than 350kW of power
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28th Dec 2016
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Tesla's new Supercharger stations will offer better than 350kW of power

Famously outspoken Tesla boss Elon Musk has again taken to his favourite platform, Twitter, to hint at a powerful new upgrade. Responding to a query from Electrek.com writer Fred Lambert about solar installations at existing Supercharger stations, Musk said that while some are solar-powered already, it would be 'Supercharger V3' that would see the greatest benefit.
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Mike Stevens
Tesla Motors keen to continue investment in Australian market : Gundagai, Goulburn and Wodonga Superchargers are go
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12th Aug 2015
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Tesla Motors keen to continue investment in Australian market : Gundagai, Goulburn and Wodonga Superchargers are go

Tesla Motors will continue its infrastructure investment in Australia, with the brand announcing that Gundagai and Wodonga will join Goulburn as locations for the company's Supercharger network, which is expected to go live from the end of 2015.
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Paul Maric
Tesla may open up patent library, is willing to share Supercharger stations
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11th Jun 2014
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Tesla may open up patent library, is willing to share Supercharger stations

At a string of recent events Tesla CEO Elon Musk has hinted at doing something dramatic with the company's patents and reiterated Tesla's willingness to share its fast charging stations with other manufacturers. When asked by an investor at the company's annual shareholder meeting about what he might do to speed up the development and adoption of electric vehicles, Musk said he was "contemplating something fairly significant [and] controversial with respect to Tesla's patents".
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Derek Fung