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Tesla superchargers reach Spain
By Javier Alcaraz
With the launch of the station in Girona, Tesla has opened its first supercharger electric car charge point in Spain. Located in the Costa Brava and made up of four 120 kW charging points, the station will allow an 80% recharge of the vehicle’s battery in just around 30 minutes. Tesla plans a progressive expansion of its superchargers across Spain. For this year, the launch of two new stations is scheduled in Tarragona and Zaragoza. The company’s aim for 2016 is to install a total of 13 new stations in the Iberian Peninsula, covering main routes such as Barcelona-Madrid-Lisbon.


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