pixabay.com Tesla plans to put two Supercharger stations in Ukraine. According to the map posted on the company&#39;s website, two new stations may soon appear in Rivne and Zhytomyr regions. It is noted that the deadlines and sites may change. As UNIAN reported, in late December 2018, Tesla chief Elon Musk stated via Twitter that Supercharger stations would appear in Ukraine as early as in 2019. Read alsoTesla considering Ukraine as another Eastern European country for expansion – media The Supercharger network currently consists of 1,533 stations with 13,344 Superchargers, Electrek.co reported. Tesla has been talking about more than doubling the network over the next year. CEO Elon Musk said that Tesla’s biggest demand drivers in specific markets are the deployment of new Superchargers and Service centers.