The first connectors will soon be available at EVgo’s charging stations in the San Francisco area.

Tesla owners will be able to charge their vehicles at EVgo charging stations and a Tesla Supercharger station will no longer be the only public option. EVgo announced via Twitter that it will now accept any Tesla model as it starts distributing the company’s connectors at all public fast-charging stations in the city.

The EV charging company said it will partner with Elon Musk’s company to install Tesla connector at some of its public charging stations. They are in total of 750 nationwide.

The first connectors will be added at EVgo’s charging stations in San Francisco, with more to follow in 2020. EVgo says its new Tesla-supported chargers can provide up to 90 miles of charge in about 30 minutes “at one flat per minute rate, with no additional fees.”

Previously, any Tesla owner wishing to charge their vehicle outside the company’s Supercharger network had to bring their own adapter. EV charging stations in the US typically feature one of two types of standards: CCS -Combined Charging System, which was first appeared in 2013, and CHAdeMO, a trade name for a fast charging method.

According to TheVerge.

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