50% Increase

Tesla's latest move in Germany is aimed at boosting the number of Supercharger stations in the country, which currently holds the title of Tesla's largest market in Europe. The company plans to install 84 new stations, which is a 50% increase from the current number of charging stations available to local EV owners. These new stations will be located in major cities and along highways, with the majority of them expected to open no later than Q1 2024.  Additionally, the Giga Berlin facility's Supercharger station will be made available to the public as it was only previously available to the employees at Tesla.
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