|Date Opened||Location||Number of Stalls||Power Rating||Official Listing|
|Nov. 22, 2020||Garage #4 of the Jack London Square Market at 255 2nd Street, Oakland, CA||12||72 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 24, 2020||The marketplace at El Paseo — 5001 North Riverside Drive, Fresno, CA||12||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 25, 2020||The SLC Service Center at 1038 S 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT||4||72 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
|Nov. 25, 2020||South Convention Center Drive, St. George, UT||4||75 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
|Nov. 26, 2020||2438 Market St NE, Washington, DC||12||250 kW||Tesla|
|Nov. 26, 2020||6705 Camino Arroyo, Gilroy, CA||12||250 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
Half of the latest batch of U.S. Superchargers consists of locations with V3 Supercharger stalls, whereas the other half consists of urban Superchargers that only offer up to 72 kW of power output per car.
The one exception is the St. George location, which hosts urban Superchargers capable of a slightly higher power output of up to 75 kW per car — not a type of Supercharger we see often.
In addition, the new urban Supercharger locations this time around have Superchargers fixed on to (presumably) portable pallets instead of being permanently installed, which is an interesting development.
With six new locations in as many days, Tesla has evidently sped up the expansion of its Supercharger network — looks like its addition to the S&P 500 index has supercharged Tesla’s efforts to grow.
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