Tesla’s Supercharger network in Canada has reached another milestone with the opening of a 32 stall station in Mississauga, Ontario. The new station includes Canada’s 2,000th Supercharger stall, and while it was expected to be the largest station in the country, it does hold another interesting record.
Construction of the Mississauga Supercharger started in the summer. At the time the 32 stalls would have made it the largest in Canada, easily surpassing the 24 stall Supercharger station in Hope, British Columbia. That was until a surprise 40 stall Supercharger in Richmond came out of nowhere and opened in September.
After a longer than expected wait, the Mississauga Supercharger at the Applewood Village Plaza (1077 N Service Rd) finally came online this week. According to Tesla’s mobile app it does not feature time-of-use pricing, and costs a flat rate of $0.53/kWh.
With the opening, Canada now has 2,000 Supercharger stalls. While the Mississauga Supercharger doesn’t hold the record as the largest station in Canada, it is the country’s largest prefabricated Supercharger installation.
This is the latest milestone for the Supercharger network in Canada. Earlier this month the network reached 200 stations after a new station in Grimsby, Ontario opened.
The 32 stall Tesla Supercharger in Mississauga (Applewood Plaza) is finally open!
Cost is $0.53/kWh pic.twitter.com/tTApsOEf7C
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