New Tesla Superchargers in the U.S., Canada Overview: June 26-July 2



Courtesy of data from Supercharge and the TMC Forums, here’s a list of all the new Tesla Supercharger stations that went live in the U.S. this week:

Date OpenedLocationNumber of StallsPower RatingOfficial Listing
June 28, 2021The Mountain Mile at 2655 Teaster Lane, Pigeon Forge, TN12250 kWTesla
June 28, 2021The Brea Mall at 1065 Brea Mall, Brea, CA20250 kWTesla
June 29, 202112571 Limonite Ave, Mira Loma, CA16250 kWTesla
June 30, 202110565 Copus Road, Bakersfield, CA20250 kWAn official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet
July 1, 20213630 US-41, Marquette, MI8250 kWTesla
July 2, 2021The Shoppes at 959 West Avenue, Miami Beach, FL1872 kWTesla
July 2, 20213800 1/2 W Alabama St #5135, Houston, TX16250 kWAn official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet
July 2, 20215121 S Westnedge Ave, Portage, MI8250 kWTesla
July 2, 2021272 Herring Road, Fair Play, SC12250 kWTesla
July 2, 2021Woody’s Smokehouse at 947 West Saint Mary’s Street, Centerville, TX4250 kWTesla

Barring the single 18-stall urban Supercharger in Miami Beach, all of the other Superchargers that opened up this week are top-of-the-line V3 Superchargers with a peak power output of 250 kW per car. There’s also a healthy number of larger Supercharger installations on the list this week.

As for new Tesla Superchargers in the past week that just opened in Canada:

  • July 2: Golden, BC: 1020 Trans-Canada Hwy; 8 stalls, 250kW
  • July 2: Hope, BC: 19700 Klassen Road; 12 stalls, 250kW

Tesla appears to be increasing its efforts towards larger Supercharger installations. Plans for a new 20-stall V3 Supercharger facility in Atlanta were found late last month, plans for a 19-stall V3 Supercharger installation in Palo Alto, California, were just spotted earlier this week.

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