Last week Tesla accidentally revealed the addresses of all “coming soon” Supercharger locations around the world. The accidental leak lasted only a few hours, but it was long enough for us to capture all of the new addresses, including one for East Vancouver, British Columbia.
That was the Supercharger slated for 2750 Kaslo Street, the site of a new office development currently under construction on the outskirts of Vancouver.
Thanks to an electrical permit uncovered by Marco (@MarcoRPTesla), we now know the station will feature a total of 60 charging stalls consisting of Superchargers and Destination Chargers, including some with universal J1772 connectors.
For Superchargers, there will be 16 V3 Supercharger stalls located on Level P1 of the ‘Kaslo at Renfrew District’ development.
In addition there will be another 44 Level 2 chargers, split evenly between Destination Chargers with Tesla’s proprietary plug (22), and another 22 with generic J1772 connectors for other brands of electric vehicles (EVs).
These J1772 connectors can be found at Parks Canada places across the country, and was briefly for sale on the Tesla Shop last year.
The Kaslo at Renfrew District is a 218,000 square foot development with two large office buildings. According to a website for the project, some amenities in the new development will include a Crème de la Crumb Bakery, Starbucks, and Tim Hortons.
Other Superchargers under construction or waiting to be turned on in British Columbia include those in Richmond, Maple Ridge, Kamloops, Merritt, and Castlegar, which is about to pass the one year mark since it first began construction.