Tesla Strikes $100 Million Deal with BP to Revolutionize EV Charging Infrastructure Across the U.S.


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Tesla fast-charging technology

With over 111,000 TravelCenter stations sprawled across the United States, BP is primed to leverage Tesla’s cutting-edge charging technology to bolster its public charging network.

BP has officially announced its intention to invest $100 million in procuring Tesla’s ultra-fast chargers. This investment signals the inaugural integration of Tesla’s charging infrastructure within an autonomous and independent charging network.

Notably, BP has already installed a fleet of 27,000 EV chargers throughout the United States.

The company has ambitious plans to funnel up to $1 billion into the expansion of EV charging infrastructure in the U.S. by the year 2030, spearheaded by its BP Pulse unit. 

As part of this vision, the chargers furnished by Tesla will be strategically deployed across BP Pulse’s charging network, encompassing BP-affiliated entities such as Amaco Corp., Thorntons, and Ampm. These chargers will also grace third-party locations, including Hertz rental car establishments.