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New details about Tesla’s plan to open up its Supercharger network to non-Tesla electric vehicles were revealed this week. And hilariously, the White House remains our best source of information about this potentially transformational plan.
Elon Musk’s company will make 7,500 Supercharger stations available to non-Tesla EVs by the end of 2024, the White House says in a fact sheet about its EV charging investments that it published Wednesday. Under new White House standards issued last year, the company is required to make its chargers accessible to the “broadest number of people” in order to qualify for billions in federal funding.
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