At which locations can e-car drivers from other brands charge?
How much does loading third-party products cost?
Anyone who wants to charge here has two tariff options: The basic price is 70 cents per kilowatt hour. Anyone who fills up at Tesla more often can take out a monthly membership of 12.99 euros via the app and then charge for 55 cents per kWh. This makes the special tariff worthwhile from 87 kilowatt hours per month – for most Tesla models, this should already include one battery charge.
Tesla’s base price is very cheap; at Ionity, for example, onlookers pay 79 cents per kWh. The club model from Ionity is significantly cheaper, with a monthly basic fee of 17.99 euros you pay an electricity price of only 35 cents per kilowatt hour. However, Ionity requires a minimum membership of twelve months.
Tesla drivers can charge at their previous rate on the superchargers that have now been activated. In Finland, Denmark, Luxembourg and Switzerland, selected charging stations for other makes are now open. “We will monitor utilization at each location and evaluate the experiences of our customers,” Tesla said.
Tesla offered a particularly attractive service for the 2022 winter holidays in four European countries – including Germany. In order to avoid traffic jams at the superchargers due to the expected high volume of travel, electricity was free at certain times on certain weekends. 31 superchargers were selected as German locations, at that time almost every fourth in the country. It is not known whether Tesla will repeat this PR campaign in the foreseeable future.
What can a Tesla Supercharger do?
How much does supercharger electricity cost?
What are the technical specifications?
Supercharger at home too?
In principle, only Tesla models with a suitable charging connection and activation via software can use the Supercharger. If you want to charge with a non-Tesla on one of the activated superchargers, you have to do this via the Tesla app.