Annwall noted that Tesla has the “best premium experience with fast charging.”
Tesla has the biggest fast-charge network in the U.S., with more than 17,000 individual chargers in the Supercharger network, according to iSeeCars. Networks using the Combined Charging System, such as Electrify America and EVgo, have about 11,500 fast chargers.
Tesla’s network has been rated as more reliable by independent studies and is growing considerably faster than competing networks.
CEO Elon Musk has said Tesla is willing to open the Supercharger infrastructure to rivals to spur EV adoption, which will help all automakers.
Tesla’s senior director of charging infrastructure, Rebecca Tinucci, said the agreements show the industry is converging around the North American Charging Standard, which will improve charging for all EV users.
“We’re collectively ensuring all EV drivers have access to easy to use, reliable charging hardware,” Tinucci said in a previous press release.