As reported by the folks over at Tesla North, a new Tesla Supercharger has started operations in West Kelowna, B.C., hosting 8 V3 stalls with charging speeds of up to 250 kW.
Located at 525 BC-97 Highway, by the Landmark Cinemas and Shoppers Drug Mart, the Supercharger is now showing as open on some Tesla owners’ car maps.
At the same time, another Tesla Supercharger has started construction in North Vancouver. It will be located at 2032 Lonsdale Avenue, at the London Drugs retail store parking lot.
This North Vancouver Tesla Supercharger looks to have 8 stalls planned, with V3 charging speeds of up to 250 kW. The location is central for those living on the North Shore and also for travellers needing a charge before heading up to Whistler, looking to bypass the charger in Squamish.
West Vancouver residents are now also waiting for their own planned Supercharger to begin construction as well.
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