|Date Opened||Location||Number of Stalls||Power Rating||Official Listing|
|Sept. 14, 2021||The Cheung Sha Wan Plaza at 4/F, 833 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong||3||250 kW||Tesla|
|Sept. 15, 2021||The Bulevardul Alexandru Lăpușneanu at 116C, Constanța, Romania||6||250 kW||Tesla|
|Sept. 17, 2021||The Auf dem Berge 1 in Kaltenkirchen, Germany||12||250 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
|Sept. 17, 2021||Inovacijų g. 4, Lithuania||8||250 kW||Tesla|
|Sept. 17, 2021||The Burger King at Prestmoen 27, Kløfta, Norway||20||250 kW||Tesla|
|Sept. 18, 2021||25 Gantzer Ridge Rd., Triadelphia, WV, USA||8||250 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
|Sept. 18, 2021||500 David J Stern Walk, Sacramento, CA, USA||20||250 kW||An official listing for this Supercharger isn’t available yet|
The past week was uncharacteristically slow for Tesla on the Superchargers front, with only seven new installations going live around the world. In comparison, we saw 11 new sites pop up the week before, and 13 the week before that.
On the bright side, we do get a couple of massive 20-stall Superchargers this time around — one in the U.S., and another in Norway. We see top-of-the-line V3 Superchargers across the board this week as well, offering peak power outputs of 250 kW per car. Tesla plans on upping those numbers to 300 kW for all of its V3 stalls in the near future.
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