Tesla’s large network of proprietary public charge points continues to rapidly expand. In addition to the high-power Superchargers placed along well-traveled highways, the company has been deploying destination chargers at locations where drivers would want to stay for several hours at a time: like hotels, ski resorts, and restaurants.
According to data in PlugShare’s latest quarterly infrastructure report, both Superchargers and the lower-powered destination chargers saw large increases in US installations in 2015 Q3.
Supercharging locations grew by 91%, from 117 sites in September 2014 to 224 sites at the end of September 2015.
Destination charging locations grew 202%, from 371 to September 2014 to 1,122 sites at the end of September 2015.
Full access to PlugShare Quarterly 2015 Q3 – US Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Exhibits can be purchased here.
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