Late last month, Tesla stunned the world by axing the entire 500-person team behind its network of fast-charging stations, and shuttering the department. Now, the electric automaker has rehired some of the laid off staff in an apparent effort to walk its decision back.
Shortly after the move was made public, Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to X, the social media network that he owns, to say that the Supercharger network would continue to grow, but “at a slower pace.” Last week, the executive added that Tesla would spend $500 million on expanding its Supercharger network this year.

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Tesla Begins Rehiring Some Of The Supercharging Team It Fired Weeks Ago

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