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FYI that Dublin site is moving right along through the process, so we should see signs of it soon (permit or construction). Keep an eye on the Burger King there.Columbus, GA and Dublin, GA (I-16 and 441) (both planned) is really ripe for a SC also.
Well clearly I overestimated how quickly people would react to thisI've alerted the local Atlanta ownership community. We should have eyes on the site within 24 hours
FYI that Dublin site is moving right along through the process, so we should see signs of it soon (permit or construction). Keep an eye on the Burger King there.
Well clearly I overestimated how quickly people would react to this
I 100% agree on more frequent, and shorter charging stops vs less frequent, longer stops. I travel a lot for business and my typical Supercharging stop is 10-15 minutes. With V3 stations and a low SOC this yields even better results.WooHoo! This is one I've been waiting for! About 45 miles from my home so if I find myself short on charge returning from South Carolina, I can plug in and within 7-10 minutes, easily get home! A Bio break there might also be helpful coming from Augusta. It will also shorten my charge time in Augusta. I'm a big fan of more 10-15 minute stops than one 30-40 min stop spaced well apart. This not only gives flexibility but is easier on the battery and allows for more bio-breaks at convenient times. One can always charge longer to stretch a travel leg but its really nice to be able to charge shorter without worrying about making it home or to a destination where one knows they will charge while they aren't actually doing the traveling but relaxing with friends or family over a cocktail!
I would still love to see one about 70 miles out of Charleston up I-26. The one in East Point Georgia that effectively services the Atlanta airport is a super location also. About to open any day now! Columbus, GA and Dublin, GA (I-16 and 441) (both planned) is really ripe for a SC also.
The SC system near Atlanta is rapidly becoming "Adequate". I'm loving it when it becomes clearly "Superior" to gas stations for travel. Within 100 miles of my home (where I have a wall charger), it was already "Superior" to gas stations as I never have to wait for a pump, It takes 5 seconds to plug and unplug out of the weather in my garage, and "fuel" price is effectively $0.60/gallon equivalent!
The EVgo stations with a "native" Tesla plug are really just normal CHAdeMO stations that have a form of built-in or grafted on CHAdeMO-to-Tesla adapter. So increasing the station power is completely irrelevant from a Tesla standpoint. The most you can get is still limited by the adapter to 50kW even if the station could theoretically output more.It’s only a 50 kW single station site, so ideally they would upgrade to 150 kW and add a native Tesla charger
It’s only a 50 kW single station site, so ideally they would upgrade to 150 kW and add a native Tesla charger, and possibly add a few more stations to the site. Quite frankly even at 50 kW I’d probably use it to keep from diverting all the way to Farrow Rd / I-77.
Ah yes. But then I’d have to buy a Chademo adapter, and I’m far too stubborn for that.I've used the Electrify America station with the CHAdeMO adapter several times for this reason. It is almost always better than the diversion in the 3 or Y, IMO and EA is cheaper than EVGo, at least in SC.
Ha, totally fair. Its a significant annoyance, though I appreciate the peace of mind of having a few extra backup stations available. I just wish there were a good CCS1 adapter. It'd have to be less clumsy than the big, heavy CHAdeMO adapter.Ah yes. But then I’d have to buy a Chademo adapter, and I’m far too stubborn for that.