Ontario will soon be home to Canada’s largest Supercharger station as a new 32 stall station is under construction in Mississauga.
The new station is located at the Applewood Village Plaza at 1077 N Service Rd. The 32 stalls are located in the southwest corner of the parking lot, with 24 of the stalls fronting N Service Rd and 8 stalls fronting Insley Rd.
According to Tesla Owners Club of Ontario John Dixon, who was on hand for a special event at the site on Thursday with Mississauga Member of Parliament Charles Sousa and local city staff members, there will be no pull through stalls.
As you can see in the images below, Tesla is using their prefabricated Supercharger installation method, which means they will be able to install the majority, if not all 32 Superchargers, this week. They unfortunately won’t be turned on that quickly, as the parking lot still needs to be repaved and the final connection to the grid can sometimes take a while, especially in Ontario.
Once it is up and running, it will replace Hope, British Columbia as the largest Supercharger in Canada. Hope, located outside of Vancouver on Hwy 1 to the interior of the province, originally started out as a 12-stall Supercharger, but was soon expanded with another 12 stalls to bring it to 24 stalls.
There will also soon be another 24 stall Supercharger in Brampton, Ontario. According to plans filed with the city in March, the 24 stall station will be built at Brampton’s Trinity Common Mall at 210 Great Lakes Drive.