The resources that TMC brings together has made it an outstanding resource for TESLA information. I think one thing that we haven't yet captured is data on the roll-out of solar power to the ever expanding Supercharger network. We know from the quotes below and many interviews with TESLA executives that the goal is to have all Supercharger stations complemented with solar power. Elon has also mentioned the ultimate goal of a solar powered Supercharger network is a net contribution of power back to the grid. A station with a solar canopy is reportedly $300,000 to complete. The questions I hope this thread could contain answers to are the following: Which Superchargers are currently complemented by solar power? How many panels comprise the canopy? What is the rated power output of the canopy? This thread could use a table listing number of panels and power output for each site. I know the Los Angeles (Hawthorne) and Tejon Ranch sites have solar canopies and the solar panels on the fuel pump canopies on both Milford sites may be TESLA's, but that is not confirmed. Each Milford site has 96 panels. From the Supercharger website: "Select stations utilize canopies covered with solar panels to offset energy use and provide shade. Over the next few years, we plan to cover more stations in sunny locales with solar canopies as part of our commitment to the environment." "Over time, Tesla plans to add solar canopies to all Supercharger stations."