After opening five new Superchargers in the U.S. last week, three of which were located in Connecticut, Illinois, and Washington, Tesla has upped the ante by having seven new Superchargers up and running this week.
Let’s take a look at all of the Superchargers in the U.S. that became operational between Oct. 31 and Nov. 6, courtesy of data compiled by Supercharge:
|Date Opened||Location||Number of Stalls||Power Rating||Official Listing|
|Oct. 31, 2020||2500 West International Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL||12||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 4, 2020||2000 Crater Lake Highway, Medford, OR||12||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 5, 2020||Mel’s Diner31 CA-88, Jackson, CA||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 5, 2020||3790 Center Street NE, Salem, OR||12||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 5, 2020||33 Office Park Rd, Hilton Head Island, SC||8||250 kW||Tesla has not added an official listing for this operational Supercharger yet|
|Nov. 5, 2020||18101 NE Evergreen Parkway, Beaverton, OR||12||250 kW||Tesla has not added an official listing for this operational Supercharger yet|
|Nov. 6, 2020||12746 W Jefferson Boulevard, Playa Vista, CA||14||72 kW||Tesla|
Also on Saturday, November 7, the Tesla Supercharger in Rowland Heights, California, with 10 urban chargers at up to 72 kW, at 17247 Colima Rd Rowland Heights.
In stellar Tesla fashion, all of the Superchargers that went live this week are open 24/7, and have been constructed in close proximity to restaurants, places of entertainment, and/or shopping centres.
Barring the Playa Vista and Rowland Heights locations in, California, all other locations are equipped with top-of-the-line V3 Superchargers.
Tesla certainly has some ambitious plans for Supercharger stations in the works, so it’s reassuring to see that the EV pioneer hasn’t lost sight of smaller Supercharger projects and is quite actively working on them.