With Tesla’s growth, the company was able to add more than 2,000 additional superchargers to its network.
During the first quarter of 2022, Tesla has installed an additional 248 Supercharger stations and an additional 2,159 to its Supercharger connectors. Compared to last year, the growth in the installation has increased significantly.
Based from Tesla’s report:
Globally, there is a 38% increase on the Supercharger stations, with a total of 3,724 and an increase of 37% on the Supercharger connectors. As of today, Tesla is offering a power output of 250kW but it is expected to increase up to 300kW in the future. The original V1 and V2 supercharging stations charge up to 150kW per car, depending on the version. While the V3 Supercharger supports peak rates of up to 250kW per car. With the V3 supercharging, it will ultimately cut the amount of time users spend charging by an average of 50%.
Tesla is also gradually expanding its network to non-Tesla cars. It is recalled that Tesla announced that all of its Supercharging stations in the Netherlands, the non-Tesla Supercharger Pilot, are open to use by non-Tesla cars. It is also available in Norway and France.