Car manufacturer Tesla says it has 25,000 fast charging points worldwide. The company reports this on a specially created Twitter account.
It is the largest network of fast charging points for electric cars worldwide.
Since the beginning of this year, the Twitter account, called Tesla Charging, keeps track of how many fast-charging stations and associated charging points are being added and where. In the past few days, stations were added in the United States, Sweden and China.
Tesla continues to build a Giga factory near Berlin that could become the world’s most significant battery production site. That construction has been delayed, partly due to the waiting for permission from local authorities due to an amendment to Tesla’s original license application.
CEO Elon Musk is now again busy on social media. For example, on Saturday evening, he presents the famous American sketch show Saturday Night Live.
In the run-up, he tweeted that a prototype of the Cybertruck, his company’s electric pick-up truck, is in New York this weekend. There the TV show is being recorded. Tesla plans to start manufacturing the electric pick-up truck by the end of 2021.