First Tesla Supercharger on Maui in Hawaii Has Location Confirmed by Permit

Photo: MarcoRPTesla

Tesla’s newest Superchargers are always rolling out, and a public permit now shows that another one of the charging stations is headed for Hawaii.

A new Tesla Supercharger station is set to be built in Kahului, Hawaii, located on the island of Maui, according to filings with local authorities (via @MarcoRPTesla).

The filings indicate that the Supercharger station will be built in a vacant lot near Lowe’s on the town’s Pakaula Street.

MarcoRPTesla also says there’s a “small chance” of the site being a Supercharger hub, though it’s not yet clear how many stalls the charging station will include. The site is likely the same as one station first leaked by Tesla a few weeks ago, as per another post from @MarcoRPTesla which was shared in the thread.

The leaked station showed an address of 65 Pakaula Street on Maui, located in the Maui Business Park area. You can see the location below:

According to Tesla’s website, another Supercharger is being planned for Kaneohe in Oahu, set for Q2 2023, while this Maui Supercharger is listed with a target opening in Q3 2023.

Tesla built its first public Supercharger station in Oahu, Hawaii in 2021, after the first Hawaiian charging station was built on the small island of Lanai.

Superchargers across Europe have been opened to non-Tesla drivers throughout 2022, and while the pilot program is expected to hit the U.S. market at some point, it’s still not clear when.