Supercharge recently announced that Tesla has opened 16 Superchargers in Santa Cruz, California. These were installed around 911 Soquel Avenue, which is at Whole Foods Market.
— Supercharge Feed (@superchargefeed) July 18, 2020
Earlier this year, it was reported on the Tesla Motor Club forums by user ‘AdamEKM’ that these were under construction. There are now sixteen stalls open 24/7 with 250kW (V3) Superchargers. Charging sessions can last just up to 15-20 minutes.
Whole Foods Market is one of the most popular grocery stores in the United States. This makes it such a good location for Superchargers, as more people are starting to use electric vehicles.
Currently, there are around 2,000 Tesla Supercharger stations open worldwide. As reported by Teslarati, this charging network has covered over 41 countries. There is no sign of slowing down as the EV Industry grows. Over the past week, Superchargers have been opened in Vienna, Chantilly and Modesto.