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Discussion in 'Charging Standards and Infrastructure' started by Cottonwood, Dec 20, 2013.

  1. Cottonwood

    Cottonwood Roadster#433, Model S#S37

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  2. damienvu

    damienvu Member

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    Ooooo... competition... make that 3 for me. I'll be making a trip down to LA for the holidays so hope to get that number up quite a bit soon.
     
  3. Jason S

    Jason S Model S Sig Perf (P85)

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    Gilroy, Fremont, Harris Ranch, Tejon Ranch, Folsom = 5.

    Soon to add Roseville (maybe, just for kicks and giggles) and Vacaville to the list.
     
  4. napabill

    napabill Active Member

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    And the leader in the Clubhouse...9! (Vacaville, Folsom, Gilroy, Harris Ranch, Atascadero, Buelton, Tejon Ranch, Barstow, Quartszite).
     
  5. roblab

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    #5 roblab, Dec 20, 2013
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    I'm sure there are a few with a lot more than me, but we just crossed 33,000 miles today, so we DO see a super charger every now and then. Unfortunately, or not, we were tripping long before there were SCs, starting with going to Canada and back in Oct. 2012 when it was almost new. So we have done quite a few RV parks, too.

    But: Harris, Barstow, Gilroy, The Mothership, Atascadero, Buellton, Corning, Vacaville and Folsom. Waiting on Roseville, and Reno!

    And the HPWC at Chiriaco Summit and at the Scottsdale Store and at Santana Row Store and the San Rafael Service Center. Those are sometimes important, too, if you're needing a few kW. An HPWC list might be interesting.

    Napa Bill and I have to split the prize for today at least.

    The "Mothership" is the Fremont Factory. That's Nine if we are allowed to count Fremont as a SC site.
     
  6. andrewket

    andrewket 2014 S P85DL, 2016 X P90DL (soon 100)

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    You should have two contests: One for CA residents and one for everyone else. :)
     
  7. napabill

    napabill Active Member

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    Wait till the Washington/Oregon folks start weighing in. I've seen posts of several who have done the I-5 3-state run. That'll be 11 easy.:smile:
     
  8. TsRocket

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    Lets see: (12)

    burlington WA
    centralia WA
    woodburn OR
    springfield OR
    grants pass OR
    mt. Shasta CA
    corning CA
    Fremont CA
    Gilroy CA
    Harris Ranch CA
    Ft. tejon CA
    Quartzite, AR
     
  9. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    Only 12 for me. First 8 in CA, first 2 in WA, and first 2 in OR. Tesla has grown my todo list recently for sure.
     
  10. MikeL

    MikeL some guy

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    #10 MikeL, Dec 20, 2013
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    I like this. And I don't mind the years-long head start some of you guys will have. :eek:
    I'm thinking, however, that Elon's Coast2Coast ought to give him the lead. And if somehow it doesn't, we give it to him anyway, for a while. Good PR for TM and then, for whoever ends up taking the lead from the leader. ML

    sounds like I'm already advocating fudging the numbers? I'm thinking of it more like trying to figure out how many Grateful Dead concerts I went to. Some "variables" are in play in that equation, for sure. And the exact number doesn't REALLY matter anyway.
     
  11. Jason S

    Jason S Model S Sig Perf (P85)

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    It is the trip, not the destination. :wink:
     
  12. Odenator

    Odenator P2607

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    14 for me

    Centralia
    Woodburn
    Springfield
    Grants Pass
    Mt Shasta
    Corning
    Folsom
    Gilroy
    Atascadero
    Buellton
    Hawthorne
    Harris Ranch
    Tejon Ranch
    Barstow
     
  13. Cottonwood

    Cottonwood Roadster#433, Model S#S37

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    Good set of responses in the first five hours of reporting. Here are the current standings, also updated on the first post. Looks like TsRocket and brianman are tied for the lead at 12 each. As I predicted, until Colorado becomes connected to the grid, I am dead last.

    Please let me know if I made an error. Also, please self report your count with the list of Superchargers used. This is all a friendly, honor based competition. Have great fun!













    User Name Superchargers Used
    TsRocket 12
    brianman 12
    napabill 9
    roblab 8
    Jason S 5
    damienvu 3
    Cottonwood 2
     
  14. CalDreamin

    CalDreamin Member

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    6 for me -- Gilroy, Atascadero, Fremont, Harris Ranch, Tejon Ranch, Barstow.

    Was at the Vacaville SC opening today but didn't charge. Will get that one later :)
     
  15. S-19910

    S-19910 Driving Model-S #19910

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    number of superchargers in Belgium : 0 :crying:

    number of superchargers visited by this Belgian : 1 :smile: (Oosterhout, The Netherlands)

    so my suggestion : new contest : rate of superchargers visited = #SC visited / #SC in your home-state :biggrin:
     
  16. wraithnot

    wraithnot Model S VIN #5785

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    I'm at 7 right now:
    Gilroy
    Harris Ranch
    Tejon Ranch
    Barstow
    Hawthorne
    Buelton
    Atascadero
     
  17. bkenchan

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    Fremont, CA
    Vacaville, CA
    Corning, CA
    Mt. Shasta, CA
    Grants Pass, OR
    Springfield, OR
    Woodburn, OR
    Centralia, WA
     
  18. Wattson

    Wattson Member

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    Mostly west coasters on the list. Put me down for five in the Midwest: Normal, IL, Rockford, IL,
    Highland Park, IL, St. Joseph, MI, and Mishawaka, IN.
     
  19. Cottonwood

    Cottonwood Roadster#433, Model S#S37

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    Nice rule suggestion to put you in first place. To infinity and beyond! :cool:

    At least I am not in last place now...

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    User Name Superchargers Used
    Odenator 14
    TsRocket 12
    brianman 12
    napabill 9
    roblab 8
    bkenchan 8
    waithnot 7
    CalDremin 6
    Jason S 5
    Wattson 5
    damienvu 3
    Cottonwood 2
    S-19910 1
     
  20. Cottonwood

    Cottonwood Roadster#433, Model S#S37

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    So I arbitrarily divided the users into the following regions, West, Mountain, Midwest, East, Canada, and Europe. Because I could not always determine a region based on the info block, I used the list of Superchargers to infer your region. Here is the ordered list with region also listed. The West Coasters are the majority, with a strong showing from Wattson from the Midwest. I think this should still be a simple, friendly contest, but the region info is interesting to look at. BTW, the Elon route across the country will be something like 30 Superchargers used.

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