Tesla Opens Supercharger Network to Non-Tesla EVs in Canada
In a significant development for Canada’s electric vehicle (EV) industry, Tesla has announced plans to open up its Supercharger network to other brands’ EVs in the country. Following the government’s revelation, Tesla will initiate this effort with a pilot route between Ottawa, the capital city, and Sudbury. The company aims to have 750 accessible Supercharger stations in operation by the end of 2025, with a minimum of 350 of these being high-speed 250kW Superchargers. The focus on long-distance travel is crucial, as the open charger route will encompass a vast stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway, connecting Ottawa to Calgary.