Usually not much. I've been to the "grand opening ceremony" for several Superchargers. At the one in Reno, the town government had someone deliver a speech and the Atlantis management talked as well...but there was no speech by anyone from Tesla. At other locations, such as Lone Tree, a bunch of Tesla owners gathered and the Tesla store in the mall had refreshments. For other locations, such as Loveland, the Tesla owners held an unofficial ribbon-cutting and ate lunch at the hotel restaurant.
I guess the uh.. ~4 of us in Dickinson can do something at the opening day? I wonder where it exactly will be constructed. I go grocery shopping there every week so I'll keep an eye out for anything new.
I'm amazed I haven't seen either of the two Tesla vehicles in Dickinson yet. I've been here for several years and I have a sharp eye for them, notice them all the time whenever I travel somewhere. Must be out and about at different times than me all this time! I've actually never even been inside one before, and only been next to a single Model X in person that was so tinted I couldn't see the interior. Been trying to hit up the Tesla store in the Twin Cities but it just never seems to work out. Went all electric years ago with anything yard related like lawn mowers and that was the tipping point to me getting fed up with an ICE vehicle. I'd have traded for a Tesla long ago but having to travel multiple times a year to the Twin Cities & Wisconsin has had me holding off until superchargers get installed.
Also of note, all electricity used in ND is produced in ND. The same cannot be said for the liquid fuels we use.
I like that we have a lot of wind power near the town, haven't looked what the wind farm actually puts out though or if they plan on expanding it. Seems ironic that we have a giant oil field here that makes over a million barrels a day, but barely any is turned into fuel in the state. I think the two refinery plants (Mandan and Dickinson) only process 10-15% of production in the state.