Finnish energy company Fortum is launching an absolutely enormous electric vehicle charging station, located in the town of Nebbenes in nearby Norway, that is the largest of its kind on the planet.
Developed as part of a collaboration with Tesla, this massive electric vehicle charging station offers as many as 28 unique charging stations. The stations offer users different levels of performance, with the majority being Tesla Supercharger charging points while the other eight make for an even split between 50-kilowatt and 22-kilowatt options. The stations cost around $0.31 per minute of use, with drivers able to take advantage of a number of payment options.
This huge electric vehicle charging station is all about making electric motoring more convenient and practical in order to encourage more people to ditch the gas and embrace electric power.
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