As if the end of free Supercharging periods wasn’t bad enough news, Tesla has now drastically increased Supercharging prices around the world. Downtown locations in New York have been hit with a 33% increase ($0.24/kWh to $0.32/kWh), while prices in California have gone from $0.26/kWh to as high as 0.36 per kWh. This is the result of Tesla transitioning from state/region pricing to per-station pricing, which “better reflect differences in local electricity costs and site usage.” Last year, Tesla already increased Supercharger costs in the US. In some places, the increase was as much as 100 percent – though most regions saw their rates increase by 20 to 40 percent. This time around, prices are going up globally and the US is getting another price increase. In Norway, one of Tesla’s most important markets and where there’s one of the highest concentration of Superchargers, the cost of using a Supercharger station went from 1,40 NOK to 1,86 NOK per kWh. It looks like the price went up globally by roughly 33% based on most markets reviewed by Electrek.