Indeed they've done that a few times. I recall Great Falls, MT being there a few years.WetEV wrote: ↑Wed Jan 01, 2020 6:04 pmStill none in North Dakota. They were "coming in 2019", but 2019 is now over.
Now "coming in 2020".
https://www.tesla.com/findus/location/s ... percharger
Submit suggestions info: https://www.tesla.com/support/superchargingjlv wrote: ↑Thu Jan 02, 2020 10:07 amOne that will make ski season easier (Bethel, ME, next to Sunday River Ski Area) moved from "Target opening in late 2019" to "Target opening in 2020". No construction yet. Another one that would have been useful is in Williamsport, PA (my son's wedding was there) and construction started 2 months ago. It isn't even listed on Tesla's map.
How does Tesla decide where to put Supercharger stations?
Tesla Superchargers enable long distance travel and convenient charging in urban areas. We use precise energy modeling and locate Superchargers near amenities, such as hotels, restaurants and shopping areas. Attract Tesla drivers to your property by hosting a Supercharger station. You may submit your property suggestion here. https://www.tesla.com/charging-partners
Did you even read my post? The two locations I mentioned are *already* SuperCharger locations Tesla is building/planning.
Yes with Bishop being such an expansive and large town.GRA wrote: ↑Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:23 pmStoaty wrote: ↑Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:20 pmLooks like Tesla hasn't given up on Bishop Superchargers after all:
https://www.sierrawave.net/telsa-seeks- ... in-bishop/
That's a good location, especially for people heading up to the trailheads at N. Lake/Lake Sabrina/S. Lake (BTDT), although I'd personally prefer something closer to Schat's Bakery. It's definitely a better location than the EA site under construction at the Von's.
Yes. It is unclear they have a location so if you have ideas then make suggestions vs complaining and being condescending on a forum.
I fail to see how I am being condescending (unlike you). Nor am I complaining.