Estevan Supercharger now open [Saskatchewan]

On the heels of news that Tesla is attempting to double their Supercharger Design Team in Canada, the company has opened up a new station in Estevan, Saskatchewan.

Construction of the Estevan Supercharger began in early July, almost one year to the day after we discovered one was planned to built at the Estevan Market Mall.

Although we have yet to see anyone sharing photos of plugging in at the new location, a source has informed us that the switch was flipped today and the Supercharger is now open. If you’re in the area please send some photos to us at, or tag us on Twitter – @driveteslaca.

UPDATE 2:19pm PDT: The Estevan Supercharger is now live on the Tesla navigation. Here are the rates.

The new Supercharger is located at 400 King Street in Estevan and features 6 V3 Supercharger stalls and 2 FLO 50kW DC fast chargers.

The location was not built specifically for the local population, which numbers just 15,000, but it will be an important spot for owners travelling across the border either to or from Montana or North Dakota.

This is the 10th Supercharger for Saskatchewan. There are currently two other proposed locations in Wynard, scheduled to open in Q1 2023, and Yorkton, scheduled to open in Q2 2023. Both stations were added to Tesla’s map just last month.

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