16 Tesla Supercharger Stalls Coming to Orange County, California



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As Tesla prepares to let other electric vehicle (EV) brands use its Superchargers, the company has been rapidly expanding its network of the EV chargers – with one new station set to hit Southern California in the coming weeks.

Tesla will establish a new V3 Supercharger station in Orange County, California, according to a building permit displaying the details of the install (via @MarcoRPTesla).

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The Supercharger station is set to include 16 Supercharger stalls, and will be established at Sycamore Canyon Plaza in Anaheim Hills, located at the address 156 N. Imperial Highway, 92807.

The permit displays a column titled “valuation,” under which it lists the number 350,000 – presumably meaning that the project will cost Tesla $350,000 USD to install.

In the midst of its expansion, Tesla also shared a number of job listings that hinted at the Supercharger expansion in August, specifically for Supercharger Site Design Managers in Phoenix, Denver, Albuquerque, Oklahoma City, Austin, Dallas and Houston.

Fellow Southern California city Yorba Linda began transitioning its municipal fleet to EVs earlier this year, alongside a number of new Tesla Superchargers being built in the region everywhere from San Diego to Santa Monica.

The newest Tesla Supercharger installs from October 11 to 17 include yet another new California location, this time placed in Northern California in Sonoma.


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