Tesla Supercharger in Prince Albert under construction [Saskatchewan]

Tesla has started construction on a new Supercharger in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

The new Supercharger station is being built near the Co-Op gas station in Cornerstone, Prince Albert. Based on photos of the site taken by local Tesla Model S owner Curtis Bloom and shared on the Tesla Owners Club Saskatchewan Facebook group, it appears as though the station will be an 8 stall V3 Supercharger.

Tesla first added the Prince Albert Supercharger to their map of proposed locations in their Q1 update earlier this year. According to their site, the station is slated to open in Q3 2022, and will be the ninth Supercharger in Saskatchewan.

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