Tesla’s open Supercharger network: publicity stunt or game-changer?

Megan Lampinen takes a deep dive into the potential implications of Tesla’s move to open up its proprietary charging infrastructure to other brands

The commercial success of electric vehicles (EVs) is tied inextricably to the charging network, and particularly to a visible and convenient network of public charging infrastructure. Makers of EVs are keen to support the build out of this network, and several automakers have taken a more active role. Stellantis, for instance, is participating in the Atlante project, a collaboration geared at establishing a fast charging network across Italy, France, Spain and Portugal.

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