In another move to help the transition toward electrification of our transportation, Tesla has agreed to open up 7,500 of it’s network’s EV chargers to other drivers.
More importantly, standardization among EV charging networks is coming, reducing one challenge for EV drivers, finding a compatible charging station. A universal standard is coming soon!
Tesla, General Motors, EVgo, Pilot, Hertz and other companies also have agreed to expand their networks by thousands of public charging ports in the next two years, using private funds and federal spending from the infrastructure law according to the Associated Press. You can learn more about this agreement in the Seattle Times.
In the meantime, when you’re ready to get an EV charger installed at your home, place of business, multi-family housing or governmental agency, fill out our contact form and we’ll get you a quote so you’re ready to charge and drive. We’ve been installing EV charging stations since 2006, so we’ve seen and learned a few things. Experience matters.