Tesla currently has over 19,800 charging stations and over 73,000 individual charging points across the US, with over 12,800 of those in California alone. Tesla has also built its own Supercharger network that is specifically designed to recharge Tesla vehicles quickly, allowing drivers to charge their vehicles in a quarter of the time of traditional chargers. Tesla has over 1,000 Supercharger locations across the US and Canada, with over 17,000 individual Superchargers.
The Tesla Supercharger network is the largest, but other electric car companies have also created extensive charging networks. For example, Nissan has over 8,000 charging stations throughout the US and Europe, and the BMW ChargeNow network has over 33,000 charging locations worldwide.
Tesla is also developing the Powerpack and SolarCity products, which allow drivers to charge their Tesla vehicles at home and to store excess energy in the home batteries. Additionally, Tesla has partnered with Airbnb to create Tesla Destination chargers, which are located at Airbnb properties in urban and rural locations across the world and provide a convenient way for Tesla drivers to charge their vehicles when they're away from home.
Tesla's focus on charging availability has not only made owning an electric car easier and more convenient, but has also put the company at the forefront of the electric car industry. With its expansive network of charging stations and its commitment to innovation and sustainability, Tesla is setting a new standard for electric vehicle charging.\
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