Tesla Launches Supercharger Voting Online for Proposed Locations
Back in September, Tesla announced Supercharger voting would be coming soon and today the company launched its online platform for owners to do so.
“Vote on Tesla’s next Supercharger site. Every 3-month voting cycle, you can cast multiple votes to help us decide on new Supercharger locations. Check the leaderboard to see which proposed locations are most popular,” says Tesla. Owners need to log into the website and they will then be allowed to place their five votes (1 vote per location), at proposed Supercharger sites.
Tesla says you can also ‘suggest a new location’ as well, if a site you want isn’t listed.
As of writing, the global leaderboard is dominated by Lake Okeechobee in Florida with the most votes at 641, followed by Big Bear Lake in California, then Bolzano, Italy and Sylva, North Carolina, then Starbase, Texas, to round out the top five.
When you zoom into the map, you’ll see the sites where you can place a vote, which includes numerous locations in the U.S., Canada and beyond. The sites you’ve voted for will turn blue and show you the count of how many votes have been received.
Tesla celebrated 10 years of Supercharging today, while its charging stalls worldwide increased 33% year-over-year to 38,883 chargers.
If you’re a Tesla owner, you can click here to visit the Supercharger Voting site today. Where do you want to see the next Supercharger pop up?