LONDON – Tesla passes the 1,000-installations mark for its European Destination Charging program less than a year after launch. The electric-vehicle maker says it designed the charging network to give Tesla customers access to its wall-connector chargers when away from home and to offset range anxiety. Tesla says customers traveling long distances can use Supercharger fast-charge stations to recharge its vehicles in minutes rather than hours. There now are more than 270 Supercharger ...

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