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Tesla Motors announced that it will be installing thinner, cooler cables at its Supercharger stations which could eventually speed up charge times. Company CEO Elon Musk introduced an audience to the technology earlier this month during the company’s annual shareholder’s meeting. During the speech, he explained that a test station in Mountain View, Calif., had […]

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Tesla Motors isn’t allowing a lack of retail locations or laws that ban factory-direct sales to impede the installation of its Supercharger stations. More than 100 Superchargers – the name for Tesla’s rapid charging stations – are located in states that don’t sell any Tesla vehicles. A recent tally by Autoblog counted 87 Superchargers installed […]

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Tesla has updated its Supercharger map, with new details on locations under construction and an estimated plan that stretches into 2016. While the company is right on target for many stations, the map shows that some regions of the U.S. are still deficient for Tesla owners. Tesla opened the first Supercharger in September of 2012. […]

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Now with 81 energized Superchargers worldwide, including 14 in Europe, Tesla Motors announced today plans to completely connect Germany by year’s end, and as of now, it has connected the DACH region in the Netherlands. The DACH region is an acronym for the area of German, Austria and Switzerland, and this week, the American automaker […]

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