Charging infrastructure is unprofitable. It needs somewhere around a 30% utilization to break even.
Not wanting Tesla to use infrastructure will reduce utilization, make it unprofitable, and probably end in failure. That's not saying that Tesla traffic would make the chargers profitable, but it certainly doesn't help to exclude them.
I don't know why people get so butthurt about privately owned things having certain restrictions as the owner sees fit. I allow some people into my home, but not everyone. If you don't like it, go pound sand.
That said, I expect Tesla will open their charging infrastructure the moment that it would be a financially prudent thing to do. If people are buying Tesla's due to the exclusive charging network, why would they eliminate that advantage?
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