Tesla owners across Europe have seen their Supercharger prices fluctuate wildly due to the volatile energy prices in the region over the past year. While many of those changes were increases, sometimes significantly, Tesla has now issued a massive price cut at its Supercharger stations across Europe.
The changes were first spotted by Tesla owner @tesla_adri, who noted on Twitter that prices in Germany had dropped as much as 25%, from between 52 and 59 cents per kWh to between 40 to 44 cents per kWh. The changes were similar in the Netherlands where prices went from 42-45 cents per kWh to between 33-37 cents per kWh. There is a range of prices per kWh as Tesla utilized time-of-use rates in Europe where prices are at a premium during busier hours.
Massive supercharger price decrease in Europe.
Germany: 52-59ct/kWh -> 40-44ct/kWh (also seen 39 CT/kWh).
Netherlands: 42-45ct/kWh -> 33-37ct/kWh.
Thank @TeslaCharging pic.twitter.com/1OeCIXrLIq
— Tesla_Adri (@tesla_adri) May 9, 2023
The price cuts weren’t limited to Germany and the Netherlands however. Other Tesla owners reported similar price cuts in Lichtenstein (-25%), Ireland, (-25%), Spain (-23%), France (-23%), Belgium (-18%), Sweden (-13%), Austria (-13%), Italy (-11%), Norway (-6%), and Switzerland (-7%). (h/t: @electricfelix)
It was not only Tesla owners that impacted by the price cuts as rates were also reduced for non-Tesla owners and those who have purchased the Supercharger Membership. Tesla has opened up their Supercharger network to non-Tesla EV owners in over a dozen European countries since launching the non-Tesla Supercharger Pilot program in the Netherlands in 2021.