The Supercharger trial program for non-Tesla EV users will be opened up, according to the Biden Administration, so they can use the network to charge in the US. The White House stated in an information sheet that this might occur before the end of 2022.
If you keep up with the EV scene, you surely know that Tesla has plans to eventually allow other EVs access to its exclusive Supercharger network. Tesla will just let owners of non-Tesla EVs to access the network at a cost rather than offering the network to other automakers, as it has previously attempted to do.
For other electric vehicles to be able to charge on its network, Tesla has already launched a test program in Europe. The program has undergone numerous expansions since it initially began. Now, non-Tesla EV owners in most of Europe can DC Fast Charge their cars at Tesla Superchargers.
The planned Tesla Supercharger initiative was one of the issues covered in a recent Biden-Harris fact sheet released by the White House. The Biden-Harris administration catalyzes more than $700 million in private sector commitments to make EV charging more affordable and accessible, according to a fact sheet that was published on June 28th, 2022.
The fact sheet expressly mentioned that Tesla will start producing equipment that will allow non-Tesla electric vehicle owners to utilize Tesla Superchargers in North America to charge their EVs in a section titled “Additional Industry Actions,”
In places like Norway, Tesla began testing the Supercharger pilot program. The United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland are among the countries in Europe where it is presently accessible. Currently, Tesla has 35,000 Superchargers spread out throughout the world.