Tesla opens Supercharger in Oakville and starts construction on a second station in Vaughan [Ontario]

There is more Supercharger news for Ontario today as the company has opened a new station in Oakville and also started construction on another station in Vaughan.

Oakville Supercharger

Tesla started construction of Oakville’s first Supercharger back in June in the parking lot of the Circle K at 345 Speers Rd. Nearly six months later and the station was finally powered up this week, with Tesla’s official Supercharging account on X announcing the 8 V3 Superchargers are now available.

According to Tesla’s mobile app, it costs $0.55/kWh to plug in at the Oakville Supercharger 24 hours a day.

Vaughan Supercharger

For the second time in as many months Tesla has started construction of a new Supercharger station in Vaughan. In October construction began on a 16 stall station in front of Fortinos grocery store on Ansley Grove Road (3940 Hwy 7). The company appears to have signed an agreement with Fortinos as another 16 stall station is now under construction 10 kilometers away at another Fortinos at 2911 Major MacKenzie Dr.

According to photos shared with us by one of our readers Ray, much of the construction has been completed with all of the posts already installed.

While these two Superchargers are already under construction, Tesla isn’t stopping there with their plans for Vaughan. The company is also planning to build a 20 stall Supercharger at 21 Famous Avenue.

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