Electric vehicle users reported pricing drops for Tesla Superchargers across North America and Europe.
As a result of the rising cost of electricity, notably in the European region, there have been several price hikes before the most recent fall.
Tesla Supercharger Price Drops in Some Europe and North American Locations
According to the Electrek news report, the Elon Musk-owned electric vehicle manufacturer has started lowering the cost of its Superchargers in a number of locations.
Tesla did not publicly disclose this change, but several EV customers have begun to report price drops in some areas.
In its most recent report, Electrek mentions that there have been a few price increases at Supercharger stations throughout the world recently. It happens at a time when electricity costs have increased recently as a result of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
And as a result, the cost per kWh at supercharging stations has skyrocketed to $0.50. Electrek calculated it. The price of a single 60 kWh charge has increased to $30.
It is important to note that Tesla has significantly raised the cost of superchargers in North America and Europe this year.
However, it appears that the trend of rising prices is coming to an end this time. EV owners have begun mentioning price drops at several stations.
For instance, a Twitter user claims that the major EV manufacturer cut the cost of its superchargers by about $0.5 per kWh. On the other hand, according to Electrek, the cost has decreased by about $0.10 per kWh in Europe.
Free Thanksgiving Supercharger Rates During Off-Peak Hours
Teslarati recently reported that the company, which is owned by Elon Musk, is providing free supercharging to EV owners in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. Four states, including Texas, Oklahoma, California, and Nevada, are eligible for the promotion.
In essence, the promotion encourages owners of all-electric cars to refuel their vehicles after business hours. From 8 p.m. to 9 a.m., charging for their EVs is free.
When announcing its free charging promotion, Tesla stated that it wanted its customers to “skip the rush this Thanksgiving holiday.”
From November 23 to November 27, electric vehicle owners can charge their batteries for free during off-peak hours.
However, EV owners could still make some savings, even during rush hour, because of the fall in station prices.
Why do Tesla Superchargers charge at different rates?
Due to battery charge, current station usage, and adverse weather conditions, supercharging speeds may vary. When the battery is depleted, your car charges more quickly; when the battery fills up, charging becomes slower.
How to find Tesla Supercharger price?
Tesla Supercharger Prices Fall in Various Regions, EV Owners Reveal
By tapping the point for the location on the navigation tablet, you can view the specific prices for each Supercharger station. Your session total is then shown on the touchscreen as you Supercharge. The amount of electricity given to Tesla owners’ cars is often billed in kilowatt-hours (kWh).
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