This uses a combination of solar energy and batteries, in Las Vegas.
Tesla, an electric car manufacturer currently operating in Las Vegas, has launched a new filling station for its vehicles. This station is equipped with the latest Supercharger V3 model. Engadget was reported in the report.
This station is powered by a combination of solar energy and batteries. The solar panel on the roof of the station will capture solar energy on a sunny day and store it in a Powerpack battery. This will allow the station to operate at curfew.
A total of 24,250 kW chargers will be available. Thus, the Tesla Model 3 will be able to pass 180 miles (289 km) after 15 minutes of charging, with the premium S and X models having a maximum output of 200 kW.
Introducing a New Filling Station:
The existing Elona Muska infrastructure has served more than 6,500 customers a month in Las Vegas. The new station, according to Tesla estimates, must be able to fill 1,500 vehicles in one day.
This station is part of the world-famous southern part of Las Vegas Boulevard, right in front of High Roller, owned by LINQ Hotel. By doing so, car makers want to help cities move towards renewable energy and reduce carbon emissions.