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More power to Tesla

Not everyone can afford a luxury electric Tesla vehicle, starting around $100,000, but the launch of the US brand in Australia this month is expected to impact on Western Australia's emerging electric vehicle market, according to the local branch of the Australian Electric Vehicle Association.

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Perth
I wonder why we can't just charge the cars overnight at home? Am I being a bit naive to think that commercial interests don't want to miss the chance to monetise? Technically, an overnight charge at home would not only be convenient, but also cheap. I can understand for long trips roadside charging stations would be required until the battery technology improves to the point where we can get thousands of kilometres on a single charge, rather than hundreds.

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