Electric Car – Tesla added 49 new Supercharger stations in China during the month of October, including 329 charging poles in 31 cities.
Recently, a team charging electric car Tesla’s in China announced it had reached the milestone of installing 1,000 Supercharger stations in mainland China with 8,000 Superchargers across China. The announcement was shared on the micro-blogging site Weibo.
The country that has the highest demand for electric vehicles worldwide is Tesla’s leading market. This move strengthens Tesla’s position in the Chinese electric vehicle market. Tesla added 49 new Supercharger stations in China during the month of October, including 329 charging poles in 31 cities.
Reporting from Gizmochina (November 17), the company led by Elon Musk said it has more than 700 charging station candidates in mainland China, with more than 1,750 charging pole candidates. Currently, its charging network covers 380 cities across China.
Tesla executives informed that “in the past year, Tesla’s charging network has doubled and is expected to triple in the next two years.” This move will make electric vehicles more popular among the Chinese population. The installation of the new Supercharger will solve the problem of density and range while positively impacting the environment.
Tesla now has more than 30,000 Superchargers open worldwide, with about a quarter in China.