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Biden hails Musk’s plan to open up Tesla charging networks for other makers’ EVs

President Joe Biden on Wednesday welcomed Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s plan to open up part of its electric vehicle charging network to similar vehicles from other manufacturers, saying the move is “a big deal” and “will make a big difference”.

This tweet is indicative of an improvement in relations between Biden and Musk.

“When building our electric vehicle charging network, we need to ensure that as many chargers as possible work for as many drivers as possible,” Biden wrote in a tweet. – To that end @elonmusk [Илон Маск] will open most of the @Tesla network to all drivers. It’s a big deal and it will make a big difference.”

In response to this tweet, Musk wrote, “Thank you, Tesla is happy to support more electric vehicles through our Supercharger network.”

By the end of 2024, Tesla will open 7,500 new and existing superchargers and destination chargers for electric vehicles made by other companies, the Biden administration announced Wednesday. The administration intends to spend $7.5 billion to expand charging infrastructure and accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles.

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