Tesla Motors recently revealed its first six solar-powered "Supercharger" stations for the all-electric Model S sedan. Strategically located off major California highways, these charging stations have an output of 90 kW to power the sedan's 85 kWh (or 60kWh) battery, providing 3 hours on the road at 60 miles per hour from only 30 minutes of charging. The solar-powered Supercharger stations are grid-tied so they can send excess power back into the grid.
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