The first Tesla V3 superchargers have now been set up in Berlin. Definitely not by chance, because last week CEO Elon Musk visited the capital.
12 of the fast charging stations with up to 250 kW were set up on the premises of the Berlin Euref campus. These are located near the gasometer.
Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier, Simon Zwahlen, Tesla Market Lead Germany and Jeroen van Tilburg, Europe Manager of the Charging Infrastructure Department at Tesla, and Karin Teichmann, Member of the Board of Management of Euref AG were present at the opening.
"The Berlin-Brandenburg region with the future Tesla plant in Grünheide is increasingly developing into a Tesla innovation location in Europe. This was confirmed not least by Elon Musk’s visit last week … It is good for our business location that Tesla is bringing its latest technologies to Germany and that it has set up its first inner-city Supercharger charging station on the Euref campus. "