Tesla Supercharger network reaches 20,000 stalls worldwide

Just 8 years after installing the first Supercharger, Tesla has now surpassed 20,000 Superchargers stalls around the world.

In a tweet on Sunday, Tesla officially announced the milestone, and with the continuing record quarterly production and delivery numbers, shows no signs of stopping any time soon.

The 20,000 stalls are spread out over 2,016 Supercharger stations around the world, with North America leading the way with 1,042 stations, followed by 559 in Europe, and 415 in the Asia/Pacific region.

Tesla Supercharger total Nov 8 2020
Image credit: Supercharge.info

The number of Tesla Superchargers in Canada has grown a lot over the last year. In December 2019 Tesla flipped the switched on over 20 Superchargers across the country, officially connecting the east and west coasts of Canada.

Several Superchargers have opened recently in Canada, with many more under construction. The most recently discovered one is in West Kelowna, which wasn’t listed on the Supercharger map as a “coming soon” location.

The number of Superchargers in Quebec, and possibly other provinces is expected to grow soon. Last week we reported exclusively on a new deal between the automaker and Sobeys (IGA), with the first two new Superchargers coming soon to Outaouais (Gatineau) and Matane on the Gaspé peninsula.

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