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Tesla Superchargers: Lower Membership Prices Mean Affordable Charging for Every Electric Car Owner

Tesla Superchargers: Lower Membership Prices Mean Affordable Charging for Every Electric Car Owner

Tesla has made its Supercharger network more affordable for all-electric car owners in the UK. This network is one of the leading places for charging electric vehicles.

Before, only Tesla owners could easily charge their cars at these stations. But now, even if you don't own a Tesla, you can use them too. The cost is the same for everyone.

Tesla Superchargers: Lower Membership Prices Mean Affordable Charging for Every Electric Car Owner

For non-Tesla owners, the monthly membership fee has gone down from £10.99 to £8.99. There's also a new option to pay for a whole year at £90, which is 16% cheaper.

If you already have a membership, your monthly fee will go down automatically. Or you can switch to the new yearly plan. But make sure you have the latest version of the Tesla app on your phone to use it smoothly.

Tesla Superchargers: Lower Membership Prices Mean Affordable Charging for Every Electric Car Owner

The cost of charging your car at a Tesla Supercharger can vary depending on when you charge. It's cheaper at certain times of the day. For example, at one charging location in Tottenham, the price for Tesla owners ranges from £0.29 to £0.47 per kilowatt-hour (kWh), depending on the time. For other electric car owners, it's a bit more expensive, ranging from £0.39 to £0.63 per kWh.

Tesla Superchargers: Lower Membership Prices Mean Affordable Charging for Every Electric Car Owner

Tesla has also started selling its charging technology to other companies. EG Group, which runs the Euro Garages fuel stations, will now have Tesla chargers at their locations. These chargers will work with all-electric cars, not just Teslas.


Tesla Superchargers: Lower Membership Prices Mean Affordable Charging for Every Electric Car Owner

EG Group plans to install thousands of these chargers across their sites. They'll be easy to use and will support a payment method where you don't need to use cards or apps. The payment will be automatic when you unplug your car if it's compatible with this technology.


Tesla's Supercharger network is growing rapidly. There are already over 1400 Superchargers in the UK and Ireland. They are known for being reliable and fast. Tesla claims that 99% of their chargers in the UK work without any problems.

Tesla Superchargers: Lower Membership Prices Mean Affordable Charging for Every Electric Car Owner

Charging your car with a Supercharger can add up to 172 miles of range in just 15 minutes. It's easy to find them using your car's navigation system.

Tesla has different types of Superchargers. The latest one, called V4, can charge any electric car using the CCS charging standard. It can charge at up to 250kW, which is very fast. It also accepts contactless card payments.

Charging at a Supercharger used to be free for Tesla owners, but now there are costs involved. The prices vary, but Tesla offers off-peak pricing to save money. However, charging at home is still usually cheaper if you have the right setup.

Overall, Tesla's Supercharger network makes owning an electric car easier and more convenient.
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