One of the primary worries that every electric vehicle owner has is the inadequate number of charging stations around. In the recent years, the number of charging stations has not increased in proportion to the number of electric vehicles on the road.
But things are going to change very soon as Tesla opens its largest Supercharger stations in the U.S. to date. The 40-stall stations in Kettleman City, Calif. and Baker, Calif. each feature covered solar parking and the Tesla Powerpack System. The new stations sit on two of Tesla’s most popular travel routes, between the Bay Area and Los Angeles and Los Angeles to Las Vegas, respectively.
“Our commitment to fast, reliable, ubiquitous charging along travel routes and urban areas alike remains our priority,” the press release from Tesla stated. “As we significantly increase the size of Tesla’s charging networks, more sites will include solar and Powerpack storage to ensure sustainable energy generation, storage, and charging.”
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