Tesla slashes Supercharger prices

Last week, Tesla changed its billing system on all the fast terminals (“Superchargers”) of its French network. The American manufacturer has just set up packages at peak and off-peak hours, with a peak period fixed between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. The price is now maximum in this time slot and lower in the other time slots.

And this week, there’s good news for users of Tesla’s charging network: prices are down sharply. It will now cost €0.34 per kWh on average for Tesla owners who come to charge before 4:00 p.m. and after 8:00 p.m., or customers of other brands benefit from a subscription to the Tesla network. During the peak period, they will be charged €0.38 per kWh. Quite a drop since a few days ago, these prices were €0.59 and €0.66 respectively!

Cheaper also for other users

Don’t have a Tesla or a Supercharger subscription? Here too, the prices are falling despite everything. Instead of €0.70 per kWh until the last week, you pair €0.49 outside the peak period. Between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., the bill will be €0.55 compared to €0.78 previously. Prices now well below what is practiced on other fast charging networks, even for those who do not have a subscription! Tesla France specifies that these prices will continue to evolve over the coming weeks depending on the price of electricity.

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