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Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by CHRGIT, Apr 26, 2017.
Swung by since I was passing thru to Maryland House. Gate to enclosure is up, no transformer.
Swung by again on the way down to the Aberdeen site, again, same status, no transformer in place.
Drove by at highway speeds, construction fencing around worksite visible from I-95
"Scotty, we need... power!"
We have a nice big transformer! But no meter yet, getting close!
It's on. Supercharging Nautilus.
Looks like they are in the process of sealing the parking lot and painting new lines, also the tire stops need to be installed so there may be an interruption or two before it is completely done.
I'm here now. Chargers are giving me only about 40 kW but they're on. Still not officially up on the Nav.
The charger is OPERATIONAL!! I drove from Philly to DC last night and happened across the station accidentally. It is not active on my console but I plugged in anyway to see what happened. The picture is worth 1,000 words as I'm taking a charge!
It is officially open!
Charged there twice yesterday on a long haul trip. Averaged 320 miles per hour connected. Very quiet and relaxing stop in comparison to the frantic Newark rest stop and no shady people doing odd extra legal or illegal trades in the adjacent parking lot unlike Newark. Jackpot!
Charged here last night... 118 kw... nice place!
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The story about this EV charging stop near the present Supercharger, 109 years ago...
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