UPDATE: Closed as of Feb 15, 2017
The Temporary Supercharger in the garage at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda will be decommissioned on June 30, 2016 according to a note attributed to Tesla. A new Supercharger with 8 stalls is under construction
between DC & Baltimore off of I-95 in Laurel, Maryland.
photo by vdiv
“Temporary Supercharger to be decommissioned on June 30, 2016. A new, permanent Supercharger is under construction at the Towne Centre at Laurel to serve travelers. Once the new station is open, it will appear on the Tesla Trip Planner and on www.tesla.com. If you need assistance installing a home charging solution, please contact the Tesla charging installation team…”
Originally Designated as a Temporary Supercharger
photo by vdiv
The Supercharger in Bethesda was always meant to be temporary. It was placed in January, 2014 during the initial coast-to-coast Supercharger route build out. At the time, it was rumored to have been put there to support the two cars that Tesla sent from LA to NY
to break a Guinness World Record. The rally cars ended up going direct from Hagerstown to Newark.
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The Tesla Supercharger in Laurel, MD is now officially under construction.
A crew broke ground at the site in the Towne Centre at Laurel on May 4, 2016.
The crates holding the Supercharger cabinets were moved to a remote area of the parking lot.
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Four crates labeled “DC SUPERCHARGER” along with two big electrical cabinets, various boxes and conduit were delivered to the Towne Centre at Laurel within the past few days.
Construction of the long-awaited Laurel Supercharger station is about to begin. It should take about four or five weeks to complete.
The white spray painted square marks the area where the Supercharger equipment will be installed within a walled enclosure.
Eight pull-in stalls are planned in the area where the crates are standing.
Permit issued for Tesla Supercharger at Towne Centre at Laurel
According to the City of Laurel, a permit has been issued to build a Tesla Supercharger at 14700 Baltimore Avenue in the Towne Centre at Laurel. Plans are for eight stalls on the lower level of the parking garage next to the Regal Movie Theater.
These photos taken at the Supercharger site show that Miss Utility has recently paid a visit. The transformer will be to the left of the red markings.
Eight pull-in stalls are proposed to go along the western side of the garage.
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Merry Christmas from Newark, DE Supercharger. More stalls coming here soon!
Permit pending for 8 charging stalls at Towne Centre at Laurel
According to the City of Laurel, an application has been submitted to build a Tesla Supercharger at 14700 Baltimore Avenue which is the Towne Centre at Laurel. Plans are for eight stalls on the lower level of the parking garage next to the Regal Movie Theater. A permit will be issued by the city once a contractor is selected.
This site may replace the temporary Supercharger that has been in Bethesda since January, 2014.
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Click map for location details. green=installed, yellow=construction, dark blue=permitted, light blue=bidding.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has been working with the PA Turnpike on installing DC Fast Chargers along the length of the Turnpike. Car Charging Group, Inc. is a partner in the Turnpike project and they have reported that construction is underway at the Oakmont Plaza near Pittsburgh.
New Stanton, North and South Somerset and North and South Midway have permits and are scheduled for construction. All six western travel plazas are expected to have Fast Chargers installed and operational by the end of February 2016. The central plazas (Sideling Hill, Blue Mountain, Cumberland Valley, Highspire and Lawn) are now in the bidding process.
Source: PA Dept. of Environmental Protection Nov. 2015 Report to the Citizens Advisory Council
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Click map for location details of Maryland EVIP CHAdeMO/SAE Combo Fast Chargers.
This is the
December, 2015 April, 2016 PlugInSites unofficial map of open, under construction and planned locations of the Maryland Energy Administration’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program (EVIP) Fast Charger stations. Grants were awarded for 21 sites although not all of those locations are shown on this map and some of the planned locations shown are subject to change.
The EVIP grant program, announced on April 24, 2014, provides up to $1,000,000 in matching funds for a public/private partnership to install a DC Fast Charging network throughout the State of Maryland. The DC Fast Charging sites will have both CHAdeMO and SAE Combo connectors.
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A building permit was issued last week for a Tesla Supercharger to be constructed at 165 Malin Dr., Wytheville, VA. (map link)
There is a Holiday Inn Express located at that address. A Waffle House, Shoney’s and Peking Chinese restaurant also show on the map nearby.
Construction has not yet begun as of November 24, 2015.
Officials in Rockbridge County have issued a permit for the construction of a Tesla Supercharger station near the town of Lexington, Virginia at 880 N. Lee Highway (map).
There is an Applebee’s restaurant, Best Western and a Holiday Inn Express near this address.
The new Supercharger will be close to the interchange of I-64 and I-81 and will be accessible to travelers on both highways. The Lexington, VA Supercharger will be about 109 miles south of the Tesla Supercharger in Strasburg, VA that opened on September 2, 2015.
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