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Supercharger - Salt Lake City, UT - S 300 W

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MarcoRP

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Thanks to @Fiver for pointing this out to me.

A new 4 stall urban Supercharger just opened at the SLC Service Center at 1038 S 300 W. Superchargers will be publicly available and appear on the map. 72kW

Original post here: Supercharger - Salt Lake City, UT. Both photos taken from Twitter

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Fiver

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Always happy for more supercharging, but 72kW temp urban style ones at this location aren't very helpful. Guessing it was just low hanging fruit since they own/lease the location already for the service center so installation could be done easily.

Although I remember the service people telling me years ago that getting a service upgrade from Rocky Mountain Power just to add the 5 destination chargers by the front door took almost 9 months from when they opened.

SLC needs a V3 Upgrade. Or, ideally, they need to get the Provo/Ogden/PC locations built. That will help a lot.
 

Fiver

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Apr 10, 2015
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Not that I heard anyone grumbling about poor service but these 4 chargers got a big tuneup today from Tesla Energy. I was dropping my X off for some minor work and the energy truck was parked by the chargers with several guys working on the cabinets. Both units got a coolant flush and other misc work. I had to charge before I went home and got a solid 72kW up to taper while someone else charged next to me also at 72kW.
Again I don’t know if they were problematic before, but they are working solid now.
 

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