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Supercharger - Fairfield, CA - Travis Blvd (under construction Aug 2022, 12 V3 stalls)

Mrbrock

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Mar 26, 2020
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Walla Walla, WA
A 3rd Supercharger is coming to Fairfield, CA. This one is at the Raley’s at 3001 Travis Blvd, kitty corner to the existing Supercharger on Holiday Lane. Find Us map shows Q3 2022 so with the recent approval this might move quickly. Contractor is North Valley Engineers.
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There is also a second electrical permit for an EV charging station applied a couple weeks after the Tesla one but approved earlier. Hard to tell if it is a non-Tesla site or not. Corestates Construction is the contractor who I believe has done Tesla stuff before but I could be way off base.
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Anyone charging at Holiday want to check out the Raley’s parking lot?
 
Did you happen to count the number of stalls? I only see 3 V3 cabinets which leads me to think 12 stalls but the switchgear cabinet looks quite large unless it is a Powerpack (not a megapack). Surprised no one noticed this construction sooner. Looks like we’re just waiting on PG&E.
I counted 12 stalls and 3 cabinets also. I don’t know what that huge cabinet is, I was suspecting battery backup but I really don’t know
 
I am from Fairfield. Holiday Lane SC is very busy on the weekends. The additional chargers at this location will be very helpful. Easy on/off I-80 in both locations. V3 is an additional bonus.
Can you check to see if construction has progressed from the pictures above in the last 2 weeks? The only thing not visible for either set of chargers are the transformers. And maybe striping the parking stalls.
 

bmah

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Mar 17, 2015
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No huge differences I can see since the last pictures posted a few months ago but here’s a refresh. Still has construction fencing and random other stuff. Still with empty transformer pad.

I suggest moving the pin on supercharge.info for this site…it’s is on the east side of Raley’s between the building and the street.

@Big Earl @corywright @tes-s

Bruce.
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Big Earl

bnkwupt
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Jul 12, 2017
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La Conner, WA
No huge differences I can see since the last pictures posted a few months ago but here’s a refresh. Still has construction fencing and random other stuff. Still with empty transformer pad.

I suggest moving the pin on supercharge.info for this site…it’s is on the east side of Raley’s between the building and the street.

@Big Earl @corywright @tes-s

Bruce.
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Location fixed.
 
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