Permit found for the Edson, Alberta Tesla Supercharger

A new permit has been found for an upcoming Tesla Supercharger station at the Boston Pizza in Edson, Alberta. According to what is said in the file, the permit has already been issued and work could have started as early as January 1st 2021, and could go as late as December 10th 2021.

With that said, it’s likely that construction hasn’t started as we haven’t received any reports of it, and due to the ground being frozen. The cost of installing the charging stations is estimated at around $350,000.

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Located at 4523 4 Ave, Edson, this Supercharger was revealed last month along with 13 others in NRCan’s Phase I funding grants list. As part of the conditions, all stations must have at least 25% generic stalls (CCS/CHAdeMO).

Therefore, Edson will have 6 Supercharger stalls and 2 generic stations. The site is due to open in Q3 2021 as per Tesla’s map.

Earlier today Drive Tesla also reported on the start of construction of the Cache Creek Supercharger in British Columbia.

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