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Tesla is letting non-Tesla EVs use its Supercharger network (10 stations in the Netherlands)

MorrisonHiker

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Those are Urban Superchargers providing a max of 75kW. But the car is not supercharging, just connected via an L2 adapter meant for use with Tesla's HPWC, which will charge non Tesla vehicles at something below 11kW.
I know. They were just testing it to see if it would work or pretending to charge. We own the Lectron adapter and use it to allow our non-Tesla EV friends to charge with our wall connector.
 
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I thought that this sharing of the Superchargers experiment was limited to 10 in the Netherlands?
Only, I live close to Trentham Gardens in Stoke-on-Trent where they had a line of 8 chargers opened this summer.
On my last -but-one visit (this week) I spotted a Taycan parked. On Saturday I parked and charged for 10 minutes. There were two other cars there taking up effectively 4 chargers. (a Leaf and an EQC)
 

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