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Tesla has opened its Supercharger network to non-Tesla drivers in five new European countries, expanding a pilot programme it started in November 2021, Kallanish reports. The electric vehicle maker added last week selected stations in Belgium, the UK, Austria, Spain and Sweden to the scheme. That means EV drivers can use the Tesla app to charge their vehicles in some stations, alongside Tesla drivers. “It’s always been our ambition to open the Super…
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