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June 16

Tesla is in talks to open its Supercharger network to other automakers in Germany

Tesla is in talks to open up its Supercharger network to other automakers in Germany, according to the country’s minister of transport.


Tesla confirms plan to open Supercharger network to other automakers next year

Tesla has confirmed to Norwegian officials that it plans to open the Supercharger network to other automakers by September 2022. The news comes amid several rumors of Tesla opening up its extremely valuable electric vehicle fast-charging network.

June 1

Tesla files trademark for restaurant services – going to grab a bite at a Tesla burger joint soon?

Tesla has filed a new trademark for its brand under restaurant services as the automaker is expected to expand amenities around its charging infrastructure, including actual restaurants.

May 25

Elon Musk teases Tesla expansion in Russia and potentially even a factory in the region

Elon Musk has teased the potential for Tesla to soon expand into Russia and even maybe establish a factory in the region.

May 21

Tesla and Fastned create ‘Energy Superhub’ charging station

Tesla and Fastned, a Dutch charging network, are creating what they call an ‘Energy Superhub,’ a large dual-branded charging station in Oxford.

June 17

Quick Charge Podcast: June 17, 2021

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

June 22

Tesla is launching ‘Tesla Energy’ in China, including Powerwall and solar

Tesla announced that it is launching “Tesla Energy,” its energy division in China, starting with the Powerwall home battery pack.


Quick Charge Podcast: June 24, 2021

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.

June 18

Podcast: More info on Tesla Model S Plaid, yoke steering wheel, VW ID.4 AWD, and more

This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including more information on the new Tesla Model S Plaid, its yoke steering wheel, the launch of the VW ID.4 AWD in the US, and more. Today’s episode is sponsored by our partnership with IAA: a […]

May 14

Tesla launches its electric cars in Hungary and Romania

Tesla is starting to further expand in eastern central Europe by making its electric cars available to order in Hungary and Romania.


Utility locations hint at possible addresses for Rivian Adventure Network chargers in California

Once again, members on Rivian Forums have found new details hinting at what the EV automaker has in store next. According to a list of job locations for planning engineers, there are several potential spots picked out in Northern and Central California for the Rivian Adventure Network. Rivian has previously shared a map of its […]

June 7

Tesla expands beyond solar at Gigafactory New York to meet employment requirements

Tesla is turning to things besides solar in order to comply with its employment requirements at Gigafactory Buffalo in New York as part of a deal between SolarCity and the state.

May 26

Tesla factory construction site attacked by saboteurs who set electric cables on fire

Tesla Gigafactory Berlin was attacked by saboteurs who set cables supplying electricity to the construction site on fire. An alleged confession letter points to political reasons targeting Tesla.

May 7

Tesla Supercharger network reaches 25,000-charger milestone

Tesla’s Supercharger network has now reached a total of 25,000 chargers – a big milestone for the fast-charging network.

May 24

Tesla is found guilty of throttling charging speed, asked to pay $16,000 to thousands of owners

In court in Norway, Tesla was found guilty of throttling charging speed and battery capacity through a software update. Unless it appeals, Tesla is going to have to pay $16,000 to each of the thousands of owners affected in the country. The fine could be even more significant as other similar legal efforts are on […]

June 11

Tesla Model S Plaid event: Notes from the Elon Musk show

We’re still digesting last night’s events here at the Electrek newsroom, and Fred did a great writeup of what’s new last night, but here are our initial reactions. Spoiler alert, we’re serious Plaid fans and will have more to say on it during this afternoon’s Electrek Podcast at 4 p.m. ET.

Tesla launches Model S Plaid with new motor tech, faster charging, and new entertainment features

Tesla has officially launched the new Model S Plaid at a delivery event in Fremont today, and Elon Musk emphasized Tesla’s new electric motor technology, faster charging, and a ton of new entertainment features.

June 18

The most affordable states to charge and drive your Tesla

As business and national attractions begin to finally open their doors to the public and even allow full capacity, the long-overdue list of activities to do this summer and beyond is miles long. A key factor in experiencing many of these ventures requires some time in your car, and hopefully, it’s an EV — perhaps […]

May 13

Tesla car hacked using drone; a patch has already been released

A group of security researchers managed to hack a Tesla car using an exploit delivered with a drone. Tesla has already released a patch for the hack.

May 25

EGEB: Korean companies to spend nearly $40 billion to build EV tech in the US

In today’s Electrek Green Energy Brief (EGEB): South Korea has committed nearly $40 billion to build EV tech factories and expand R&D in the US. The UK will install 3,550 “ultra-rapid charging points” on motorways and in towns over two years. UnderstandSolar is a free service that links you to top-rated solar installers in your […]

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