The Chargemap Pass becomes the first badge compatible with Tesla’s ultra-fast charging stations.
The Chargemap Pass is a badge that allows you to have a single means of payment on a large number of charging station networks in France and Europe. The badge is compatible with more than 700 networks, which represent more than 320,000 charging points.
And there is a great novelty at the beginning of March: users of Chargemap, a company which belongs to the same group as Automobile-Propre, can use the Chargemap Pass to access the Tesla Supercharger network in France. Badge holders can thus have their recharging history and their invoices in a single space, which makes it easier to monitor the recharging budget.
As a reminder, Tesla opened access to Superchargers to everyone at the start of 2022. Around sixty stations are already concerned in France, which represents more than 1,000 ultra-fast charging points. Those who do not have Tesla’s plug&play experience will thus be able to access these stations in a dematerialized way via the Tesla application.
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To find the terminals compatible with the badge, you must go to the Chargemap application, activate the “chargemap Pass compatible” filter and click on “Only selected networks” by adding the Tesla Superchargers network.
To charge from a Tesla Supercharger using a Chargemap Pass, non-Tesla electric vehicle owners will simply need to download the Tesla app, create an account, and make the Chargemap Pass the primary payment method for charging sessions. charging in the Tesla app settings.
The customers of Chargemap Business will be able to do the same and thus find, from a single interface, the information and the invoices for all the recharges of their drivers on the Tesla network. Tesla recharges will go up in the Chargemap Business interface and will be charged in the same way as for other compatible networks.
Compatibility at stations located in France will soon be extended to the entire European network for owners of a Tesla and to Supercharger stations open to everyone in Europe for owners of another electric vehicle.