With the Tannersville Supercharger opening soon and the Macedonia Supercharger already in place, there is but one missing link on the I-80 corridor in Pennsylvania. Tesla's map suggests a location closer to I-79 (like Clintonville, PA) but I'm starting this thread now as-- inevitably-- there will be a Supercharger coming and I'm hoping to "lobby" Tesla in to moving it more centrally. At the very least, it will provide a thread to compile info as none of the townships involved seem to post building permits online. Here's the note I recently sent to Tesla, making the case for Clearfield, followed by their response: The speculation from the Supercharger maps on the Tesla website is that a Supercharger somewhere approximating Clintonville, PA is the next location to appear. If that is the case, I would like to lobby/argue in favor of moving that allocated charger more to the east. As you can see in the attached map (from Supercharge.info), if I place 125 mile circles on the known charger locations, Clearfield, PA becomes perfectly centered between them. Clintonville is woefully too far west and completely unnecessary to reach Erie (if that Supercharger ever appears). Note also that Exit 120, just north of the town, has a whole host of amenities -- shopping/eating opportunities plus several hotels -- all located within a tight radius of the exit itself. (see attached map) Another consideration I would like to point out is how much the elevation changes in that area. Just a few miles west, near Exit 111, is the highest point on I-80 East of the Mississippi River. Locating a Supercharger near such a significant "mountain to climb" would make for easy adjustments by drivers going both directions. Drivers going West would encounter it immediately after leaving Clearfield and could charge accordingly. Drivers going East would encounter is late in their run-- but even if they misjudged it, it's early enough that they could-- worst case scenario-- still "ride the regen" all the way down the other side an into Clearfield. Clintonville, on the other hand, would tempt people to use more energy and be caught flatfooted (so to speak) when travelling West-- having undercharged in Tannersville-- while drivers going East might find themselves likewise underpowered, having judged the route strictly by the miles involved and not the elevation changes ahead (the Clintonville area is quite flat, comparatively).