44 New Tesla Superchargers Now Live in San Diego, California

As Tesla gears up to open its Supercharger network to other electric vehicle (EV) brands, the company is expanding its charging network rapidly, with reports of a new batch of Supercharger stations now live in San Diego.

A total of 44 new V3 Tesla Superchargers were confirmed to be operational in San Diego, California on Tuesday, according to @RentPacificRide. The stations include a combination of expansions to pre-existing stations, as well as brand new stations with a wide number of V3 Supercharger stalls.

The new San Diego Supercharger stations include new stations with 20 Supercharger stalls in San Marcos, and 16 stalls at Carlsbad Premium Outlets. In addition, Tesla added 4 stalls added to an existing Supercharger station in Chula Vista, as well as 4 more stalls at the Camino Del Sur Urban Expansion – bringing totals for each of the latter stations up to 16 stalls.

Several Supercharger stations have been added throughout Southern California in recent months, including 16 new Supercharger stalls in Santa Monica.

Tesla plans to open its Supercharger network to other EV brands in 2021, according to CEO Elon Musk. Musk also went on to detail how other EVs will be able to use Tesla’s Superchargers last month.

Earlier this year, a Tesla employee said that all Supercharger energy will be 100 percent renewable in 2021.