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Tesla opens world's longest Supercharger in France

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EV giant Tesla has opened its “longest Supercharger station in the world" in partnership with a French supermarket company E.Leclerc, Electrek reported. 

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The new V3 Supercharger at E.Leclerc Beaune in France is a 28-stall station, which is nowhere close to being one of the biggest in the world 

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but has been configured in a way that it is the longest Supercharger in the world. 

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The station is also one of a few in France that is open to not just Tesla owners but all EV owners as part of Tesla’s pilot program to open access to the Supercharger network. 

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 The Supercharger's 28 V3 250 kW terminals are expected to remain occupied. 

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The carmaker is looking to grow its Supercharger network at a significantly fast rate.  

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