Cost of using Tesla Supercharger stations
One of the fastest ways of charging your Tesla is via a Supercharger. Currently, there are more than 1,600 Supercharger stations in North America, Europa, Asia and the Middle East.
At most Tesla Supercharging stations in the US, the rate is $0.28 per kWh. Charging costs in other locations may vary.
So if you have a Model S with a 100 kWh battery, you pay $28 for a full charge.
Note: some Tesla’s come with free supercharging.
Cost of charging at home
You can also install a Tesla charging station at home.
The charging cost depends on the cost of electricity where you live, and can vary from $0.08 per kWh up to $0.18.
Let’s say that you pay $0.13 kWh for electricity in your home. In that case, you can fully charge a 100 kWh battery for $13. That’s half what you pay at a Supercharger.
And when you have solar panels, this price will decrease even further. You could even drive for free.