Castlegar City Council approves Development Variance Permit to allow construction of Tesla Supercharger

Tesla owners will soon be able to travel further along the Crowsnest Highway (Hwy 3) in southern British Columbia after Castlegar City Council paved the way for construction of a Supercharger to begin.

At the city’s Regular Meeting of Council on March 29, 2021, members unanimously voted to approve Development Variance Permit (DVP) 1/21. The variance allows Tesla to alter the number of parking spaces to build a Supercharger at the Canadian Tire 2000 Columbia Avenue.

With the approval, Tesla is now able to begin construction of a 8 stall V3 Supercharger in Castlegar. Also included in the project is 2 generic EV charging stations.

Castlegar Tesla Supercharger

According to Tesla’s Supercharger map, the Castlegar Tesla Supercharger is scheduled to open in Q3 2021.

Tesla Supercharger Castlegar

There are still a number of other pending Supercharger locations along the scenic Hwy 3 route, including Osoyoos (Q2 2021), Grand Forks (2022), Creston (Q3 2021), Cranbrook (Q3 2021), and Fernie (Q3 2021).

Natural Resources Canada revealed the location of a number of these Superchargers in an update to their website earlier this month.

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