Groveland supercharger just outside of Oakdale is just an inspection away from going on line.Oh, that's another good location in general. But I have to admit, I would rather had it in Oakhurst. I'm not all that fond of the Tenaya lodge. Its kind of a place mostly suited for people with youngish kids and a little out of town.
So I wonder, could these be "private" Superchargers only for hotel guests, or are they open to the public?.
If these new Superchargers are open to the public I will be thrilled as they will be well placed for any Tesla owner heading into Yosemite using the Mariposa entrance.Oh, that's another good location in general. But I have to admit, I would rather had it in Oakhurst. I'm not all that fond of the Tenaya lodge. Its kind of a place mostly suited for people with youngish kids and a little out of town.
Yes it does, but the fact that this location is not shown on the 2016 Tesla Supercharger map (I realize that map is not 100% accurate) and that Tenaya Lodge EV chargers have always been for guests only makes it at least possible that these Superchargers will not be open to the public. I certainly hope that is not the case. I think it is more likely that they will be open to the public, but I want confirmation.Looks like 8 stalls, seems a lot for a private SC.
There are Superchargers that are not public. See this year old article about a business owner in Sweden who bought two special 60kW Superchargers Tesla Sold 60KW “Superchargers” to a Business Owner and in this thread Private Tesla Fastcharger? [Not quite a supercharger] This guy bought 2. it is noted that at the Amsterdam airport a taxi company also has it's own Superchargers.Superchargers are always public (aren't they?). Given the new pay-to-charge structure for SC's, this location makes a lot of sense for Tesla.
Could this be the same location listed as Fish Camp, CA on Supercharge.info? Maybe they just need to move the pin.