Even the five commissioners making up the State of New York’s Public Service Commission, which oversees utilities in the country, have informed Tesla that unless it opens up its Supercharger system to additional vehicles, its channels will get no relief from demand prices on the electricity rates they pay. Rather, only built stations that utilize “commonly accepted standardized plug-types” can gain relief.
The commissioners clarified that Tesla could continue to offer its proprietary plug in, but would need to provide equally strong plugs to get rate relief. This means that Tesla’s made-in-Buffalo V3 Superchargers will soon be discriminated against in their home nation.
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