Tesla Expands Charging Network To Penang

Tesla Expands Charging Network To Penang

Tesla Malaysia has recently expanded its charging network with the addition of Destination Chargers in Penang. The installation of 2 Destination charging stations at strategic locations i.e. The Ship Campus in Batu Kawan, and All Seasons Place on Penang island will provide enhanced convenience and accessibility to the growing community of Tesla owners in the region.

This expansion marks a milestone in Tesla’s commitment to enhancing its infrastructure support for Tesla EV owners in Malaysia. It also facilitates seamless cross-country travel from Singapore to Johor, and now to Penang for Tesla owners. The addition of these charging stations bolsters Tesla’s vision for electric mobility.

The Ship Campus has 8 Destination chargers while All Seasons Place mall has 4 Destination chargers to cover both Penang island and mainland. Tesla owners only need to plug in to any of these points and enjoy free charging. With the Tesla app, owners can monitor the charging status and receive notifications when their vehicles are ready to go. Tesla_Destination Charging Station_AC Charging

The Ship Campus is located at: No. 1, Education Boulevard Batu Kawan Industrial Park, Kampung Batu Kawan, 14110 Simpang Ampat, Penang. The chargers are located at the outdoor car park outside the main entrance and are available 24 hours a day. Meanwhile, the chargers at All Seasons Place mall (6H-1-21, All Seasons Place, Lebuhraya Thean Teik, 11500 Air Itam, Penang) are located at the indoor car park on the Groud floor. These are also available 24 hours a day. The chargers are available only for Tesla vehicles. Tesla_Destination Chargers

Currently, there are a total of 6 Supercharging stations and 8 Destination charging stations in Malaysia, offering a total of 30 Superchargers and 37 Destination chargers in major cities. Tesla will continue building more charging infrastructures in Penang and expanding charging coverage and accessibility for Tesla owners across the country.

For more information, you can contact the Tesla Malaysia hotline (1800 810 655).


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