Tesla increases Supercharger prices to 0.45 euros/kWh

Tesla increases Supercharger prices to 0.45 euros/kWh

Teslamag, among others, reported on the price increase with reference to observers. As is known, Tesla does not officially communicate price changes. The current surcharge of five cents corresponds to a price increase of 12.5 percent. Tesla had already slightly increased prices in August, from 0.37 euros/kWh to 0.40 euros/kWh. Since October 2020 - at that time the kilowatt hour still cost 33 cents - the price has increased by 36 percent.

A comparison with other charging point operators (CPO) is difficult, as the Tesla Superchargers in Germany can currently only be used by Tesla drivers - there is no monthly basic fee, but the tariff is still not freely available. Even at the Supercharger stations in the Netherlands, which were opened for e-cars of other brands on a test basis, different prices apply for non-Teslas. At market leader EnBW, since the increase in July, the kilowatt hour at its own DC charging points costs 0.55€/kWh in the standard tariff and 0.46€/kWh in the multi-charger tariff (5.99 euros basic fee per month).