Just received some GREAT news from my source with Tesla Alaska. As Elon promised, the AlCan is going to be joining the supercharger highway! My source couldn't guarantee any specific dates, but he did say that there would be a big effort to complete the project during the spring/summer construction season so hopefully it will be completed in September or October. The list of sites is as follows (number of stalls in parenthesis): -100 Mile House (8) -Quesnel (8) -Prince George (16, urban) -McLeod Lake (8) -Chetwynd (8) -Dawson Creek (20) -Fort St. John (8) -Buckinghorse River (8) -Fort Nelson (8) -Toad River (4) -Liard River (4) -Watson Lake (8) -Tesla (8) -Whitehorse (20, urban) -Haines Junction (8) -Burwash Landing (8) -Beaver Creek (8) -Tesla Junction (40) -Delta Junction (8) -Fairbanks (18, urban) Clearly they have really put some thought into this rollout and have appropriately provided urban superchargers for the throngs of current and future Tesla owners in the larger cities along this route. My main concerns are the likely chokepoints of both Toad River and Liard River (only 4 stalls each!) as well as the 160+ mile gap between Watson Lake and Teslin. That could be a really tough leg in the winter in a 60. And did I mention that the towns of Teslin and Tetlin Junction both agreed to alter their names in an effort to attract a supercharger? How cool is that? At the now-named, Tesla Junction, they are in the process of re-purposing an old gas station, building out a 40-stall mega supercharger along with a fast food barbecue restaurant complete with carhops who, in addition to taking your food order, will also plug in your car for you. This is a wonderful location for a 40-stall mega charger as it will also serve the crossroads, enabling electric travel to popular destinations such as Gakona and Chicken. Lastly, the source says that the Parks Highway should not be far behind so Anchorage will eventually get some supercharger love as well. No word yet on when the Dalton, Dempster and Cassiar highways will be lit up, but we sure can dream!