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  • Cédric Escher
    Junior Member
    • Aug 2020
    • 6

    Prices at non-Tesla chargers

    I‘m very excited about the movement around EVs - no matter of Tesla or not - there are some really great cars coming out.

    What annoys me the most is, how can Tesla offer 1kw/h for 0.25€ while the rest offers >50kw speed for at least double the price? Having a Tesla I’m ok with it, but shouldn’t other suppliers offer better prices?

    This is not just in SK, all over Europe prices are way beyond what Tesla charges.

    To get more EVs onto the road, these prices need to drop significantly... can anyone explain that to me?
  • Wilo
    Member
    • May 2019
    • 212
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    #2
    No worries, you are “pre-paying” such low prices in the price of your Tesla. Noone is giving you cheap electricity and covering for Supercharger upkeep and service based on good intentions. It’s still a business, just some companies (Tesla) are better at hiding the true cost behind the premium price of the new vehicle and possibly prices of spare parts/service work. People who charge primarily at home and don’t supercharge often are subsidizing people who use Superchargers frequently. It is similar to social insurance, the only difference being that you pay a hefty premium upfront.

    GreenWay or ZSE do not sell cars and provide charging stations as a stand-alone product so they have to ask real prices to cover both energy cost and station service.

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    • Cédric Escher
      Junior Member
      • Aug 2020
      • 6

      #3
      That makes total sense. I'm just trying to get my head around if it would even make sense not buying a Tesla looking at those 3rd party KW prices.
      Wouldn't it make sense if car manufacturers also invested in building a charging network with the support of ZSE, Ionity, Greenway, etc. - at least for some years - in order to bring more EVs on the road.
      The charging infrastructure in SK is not bad at all. I just fear that if a lot of people can not charge at home, and are dependent on these chargers, make the math just to find out that it is not much cheaper to drive an EV (in terms of "fueling") and therefore still buy an ICE. The argument that it is more environment friendly alone - unfortunately - will not push people to move to EVs.

      I understand that a cheaper Tesla KW/h does not come without a price. In my opinion the other charging suppliers need to drop the prices - somehow. I won't be a big money making business until there are enough EVs on the road anyway.

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