Tesla announces Supercharger deployment time reduced to four days post delivery

Tesla has announced a new milestone in the deployment of its Prefabricated Supercharger Units (PSUs). In a video shared by the Tesla Charging account, the company showcases the process of pre-building, delivering, and installing its PSU V3 Supercharger stalls. It has been noted that the time taken for these units to become operational after delivery has been reduced to just four days.

After pre-assembling the Supercharger stalls with the concrete base at Gigafactory New York, Tesla can load 12 of the PSUs onto a single hauling truck and ship them to station sites, where they are then craned into place. They are then connected to the utility provider before becoming fully operational. Tesla also mentions that their largest pre-assembled site to date has 76 of the PSU stalls, although the specific location is not disclosed.

The company has started opening its Supercharger network to other electric vehicle brands, with over 2,300 pre-assembled Superchargers across North America. The deployment milestones and the increasing accessibility of the Supercharger network to other electric vehicle brands represent significant progress for Tesla. It demonstrates their commitment to expanding and accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles, ultimately supporting the wider goal of transitioning to sustainable transportation.

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