Tesla’s Supercharger network is continuously — and swiftly — expanding to facilitate its consumers. Let’s take a look at the Superchargers that went live in the U.S. between Nov. 19 and Nov. 21, with data compiled thanks to Supercharge.
|Date Opened||Location||Number of Stalls||Power Rating||Official Listing|
|Nov. 19, 2020||Target at 2185 Bronze Star Drive, Woodland, CA||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 20, 2020||5th & Spurgeon Parking Garage at 300 East 5th Street, Santa Ana, CA||20||72 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 20, 2020||Idylwood Plaza at 7501 Leesburg Place, Falls Church, VA||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 20, 2020||Emeryville Public Market at 5901 Shellmound St, Emeryville, CA||12||250 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
|Nov. 21, 2020||Joyce Kilmer Service Area at Mile Marker 78, New Jersey Turnpike North, East Brunswick, NJ||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 21, 2020||The Domain at 11410 Century Oaks Terrace, Austin, TX||16||72 kW||Tesla|
Two of the six new Superchargers in the U.S. are urban Superchargers with a relatively lower output of up to 72 kW per car. These locations make up for decreased power output with an increased number of stalls.
All of Tesla’s newest Superchargers are open for Tesla owners 24/7. In addition, with news of Tesla’s inclusion into the S&P 500 Index and the resulting hike in its stock prices, Supercharger development (along with the company’s operations as a whole) will only ramp up from here on.