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Tesla Objects to Mexico’s Proposed Rules for Electric Charging Stations

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Tesla Objects to Mexico’s Proposed Rules for Electric Charging Stations

Tesla Objects to Mexico’s Proposed Rules for Electric Charging Stations

Mexico City.- The Tesla company and the United States Government have raised objections to the rules that Mexico intends to impose for the establishment of electric stations throughout the country.

One of the main objections of Elon Musk’s firm is that the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) intends for electric charging stations to have the capacity to operate at least two types of chargers, while the trend in the US is to standardize this process under a single standard.

“Requiring that a station offer different types of chargers adds technical complexity, creates additional entry barriers, increases the cost of the stations, and is an incentive for new participants interested in offering vehicles in the country not to carry out the necessary development and investment in its production for regional integration, mainly affecting the consumer experience,” Tesla stated.

In Mexico, European and Asian electric cars also circulate that can be charged at electric stations using different entrances than Tesla.

Musk’s company warned that it has invested more than one billion pesos in Mexico since 2015 to install 35 Tesla Supercharger fast charging stations, as well as 1,600 level 2 stations throughout the country.

Tesla vehicles use the NACS-J3400 format, which the US seeks to generalize as the standard for electric cars in that country. Multiple Tesla competitors have announced that they will adopt this standard no later than 2025.

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