|Date Opened||Location||Number of Stalls||Power Rating||Official Listing|
|Dec. 7, 2020||The 2+U at 1201 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA||4||72 kW||Tesla|
|Dec. 8, 2020||The Lisbon Landing at 160 River Road, Lisbon, CT||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Dec. 9, 2020||The Sheetz at 2350 S Main St, Lexington, NC||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Dec. 11, 2020||The Riverhead Town Center at 1761 Old Country Road, Riverhead, NY||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Dec. 11, 2020||70 South Euclid Avenue, Montauk, NY||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Dec. 12, 2020||1416 NW Ballard Way, Seattle, WA||8||150 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
|Dec. 12, 2020||The Sheetz at 151 Wagner Road, Petersburg, VA||8||250 kW||Tesla|
After a rather slow week on the Superchargers front, Tesla comes back strong this week with seven new locations in the U.S.
This time around, we see V3 Superchargers across the board, with the exception of a small urban Supercharger location in Seattle, and a V2 Supercharger location also in Seattle where, according to a member of the TMC Forums, the infrastructure couldn’t handle V3 Superchargers and urban Superchargers would have been half as slow.
To make sure it keeps showing up all other electric vehicle makers in terms of customer service, all of Tesla’s Supercharger locations (newest ones included) are open 24/7/365.
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