Forward: Tesla's supercharger network is available globally, giving its customers easy access to fast car charging at an affordable cost. Third-party charging solutions are lagging for some time, but that will soon change: Its electric vehicle charging network, Electrify America, plans to double its footprint in the US and Canada over the next four years.
Palazzo & Co. They hope that the imminent development of services will meet the needs of the rapidly growing community of electric vehicle owners across the country and make the acceptance of electric vehicles "easier and more attractive" than ever before.
These ambitious and impressive goals: Tesla isn't the only company with a solid EV slate these days, and the world needs more options for remote battery charging. EA hopes to offer these options, albeit at a higher cost than Tesla's supercharger network. While Tesla typically receives about 25 cents per kilowatt-hour for charging electric vehicles, EA's network operates at an average of 43 cents per kilowatt-hour. (Fees may vary from state to state) - at least if you don't have a "Pass+" subscription, which reduces the price to 31 cents per kilowatt-hour (for $4 per month). p>
Electrify Boost plan will “double” the footprint on the electric vehicle charging network by 2026