What fraction of CHAdeMO locations in Canada are Tesla ready ?
Good morning Sagebrush. BC may be a little different in terms of Tesla coverage but if you travel in BC with a Tesla and rely only on Superchargers your travel area will be limited. Chademo CCS coverage is significantly greater than Tesla Supercharger. And Chademo CCS is growing considerably faster than Tesla. It’s pretty much doubled every year for 3 years. The entire central north interior is being surveyed as we speak and some of the wrenches are already showing on the plug share App. Historically those wrenches turn into real stations within 6 months.SageBrush wrote: ↑Fri Oct 25, 2019 6:41 amWhat fraction of CHAdeMO locations in Canada are Tesla ready ?
Are they identifiable on any popular route planner software ?
As an aside, my routine Supercharging behavior is to leave when the charging drops below ~ 90 kW for a total 10 - 15 minute stop. A stop at a CHAdeMO station would hopefully be a destination or extended stop. As a 'fuel and go' stop it would be annoying.
By the way, is the 62 kWh LEAF+ in the tier 1 or tier 2 pricing at EA ?
Tesla has repeated the same thing over the years: they are open to partners using the Supercharger network contingent on two things: investment; and 2, the network quality is unimpaired. Nissan will have to improve charging speeds before Tesla would consider them as a partner. Now that Tesla is building 250 kW Superchargers the bar for partnership has spiked -- I imagine up to 150 kW cars. Nissan will have to build 400 Amp (400 V) cars. Since they just recently upped the tech to 200 Amps they are no where close for now.DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑Fri Oct 25, 2019 7:46 amGiven the small number of new Leafs, maybe Nissan could sweet talk Tesla into letting them use the Super Charger network with an adapter. Some investment required of course. The trade could be use of Dealer based Chademos to extend coverage map (low cost to give dealers an adapter). Nissan need something to re-energize their base.