Back in June, the first Tesla Supercharger to begin construction in Saskatchewan took place in Moose Jaw. In late August, another Supercharger started construction in the province’s capital of Regina, and the latest images of this site show it’s pretty much ready to go online soon.
The Regina Tesla Supercharger is located in the East Regina Canadian Tire parking lot, at 2325 Prince of Wales Drive. This location has eight stalls for its Supercharger, which is Tesla’s newest V3, capable of charging rates of 1,600km per hour.
The latest images come from a member of the Tesla Saskatchewan group, ‘NKutty’. According to the pictures shared, the Supercharger station looks ready to be turned on soon.
On Tesla’s website, its map of Saskatchewan shows seven Superchargers along the Trans-Canada highway: Maple Creek, Swift Current, Chaplin, Moose Jaw, Regina, Wolseley and Moosomin:
Currently, driving east from B.C. along the Trans-Canada Highway will land you at the Rocky View Tesla Supercharger in Alberta (just north of Calgary), before a massive gap forms along the Prairie provinces and Ontario all the way to Sudbury.
Tesla recently confirmed 26 of the 46 Superchargers along the Trans-Canada Highway will be its latest V3 Superchargers, capable of the fastest recharging rates.