Salmon Arm Tesla Supercharger now open [British Columbia]

The Tesla Supercharger network in British Columbia is larger by one station after the new location Salmon Arm went online earlier this week.

Drive Tesla was first tipped off about the construction by one of our readers on July 20. By that time construction was already well underway with the Supercharger pedestals already partially installed.

BC Hydro crews have finished their work connecting the site to the grid and owners can now plug in their vehicles to one of the 8 V3 Superchargers located behind Askew Foods at 2701 11 Avenue North East.

Salmon Arm Supercharger
Image via TMC

The Salmon Arm Supercharger was partially funded by Natural Resources Canada. As a result it also features 3 universal FLO dual-port chargers. According to a report on Sunday, August 29 the FLO chargers were not activated.

Other Superchargers currently under construction and waiting to be turned on in British Columbia include VernonPrince GeorgeMerrittQuesnelWilliams Lake, and Cache Creek.

Last month Tesla announced even more new Superchargers are coming soon to BC in Chilliwack, Delta, Kamloops, Penticton, Richmond, and Sechelt.

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