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Discussion in 'Asia and Australia' started by Benz, Apr 11, 2014.
Tesla plans charging network in China.
Building what he calls China's first "electric vehicle charging road," Yi Zong planted recharging stations in 16 cities between Beijing and Guangzhou—and paid for the entire 5,750-kilometer (3,573-mile) route out of his own pocket.
Tesla Model S Owner Funds 'Charging Road' in China
Wow, Zapped, that is one dedicated customer to have bought 15 charging stations and give them free to hotels along a route. I wonder if they were Tesla HPWCs? IIRC, I don't think Tesla has released the HPWC in China yet, so they most likely be 40 Amp units...
Chinese car is American spec? If so same HPWC I guess. Japan also uses American HPWC.
Currently there are 13 live Supercharger stations in China.
Pretty rapid build out. The Japan plan looks impressive too.
No, China and Hong Kong use the same as in Europe I think. Japan and USA are both on 110V but Asia excluding Japan, Europe and Australia use 230-240 V. Europe and China will get HPWC in this summer (mid 2015) according to Teslas site.