Tesla is searching for new locations to erect its Supercharger electric vehicle charging stations through a twitter poll

Tesla is searching for new locations to erect its Supercharger electric vehicle charging stations. Voting will be “coming soon,” the business said on Twitter. Tesla owners, rejoice! It looks like the corporation has heard resounding pleas for more charging stations. If you haven’t been living under a rock, Tesla is the industry leader in electric vehicles and has a sizable market share. However, while Tesla has been producing cars at a breakneck pace, easy access for the general public to their chargers has lagged. But that is no longer the case as Tesla plans to conduct a poll to identify the locations where a fresh generation of Superchargers will be built based on demand.

A poll where people can vote on additional locations will be created from responses to the tweet that include locations. Although the majority of North America is currently covered by Tesla’s Supercharger network, there are still several areas where a Supercharger station would be very beneficial.

When it comes to fast-charging networks, the Supercharger network is the standard in the industry. It has helped Tesla achieve remarkable market shares in the EV market in both the US and Canada. Even though the automaker already runs the world’s largest fast-charging network, it is growing quickly. The demand for the charging network could rise as a result of Tesla’s plans to open its network to non-Tesla electric vehicles in the upcoming months.

If you overlook all the pollution associated with the mining of precious metals to produce their batteries, Teslas have been hailed as a solution to our emission issues. However, as demand for Teslas has grown, it has overtaken plans for charging infrastructure. A serious bottleneck on the road to sustainability has been established when you combine it with the synergy of Tesla only allowing its own vehicles to use Tesla chargers similar to how you can’t charge an Android with an iPhone Lightning cord. There is some good news, too,  earlier this year suggests that Tesla will start allowing non-Tesla drivers to utilise its Supercharger network.

 




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