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Discussion in 'New England' started by ModelNforNerd, May 10, 2015.
supercharge.info has a "permit" dot at Seabrook Commons, just off Rt 1.
This is good news. I'm hoping to get to my home state of Maine son
Looks like it's in a Walmart parking lot.
Seabrook Walmart Store - Walmart.com
also looks like a McDonalds, Panera, and Pizza Hut are nearby (food), lots of other retail.
Walmart is just one of the tenants. Here's a list of who else is there: http://ddr.com/properties/20111
It might be me but it seems that most of the NE off highway superchargers are near Panera.
Different state, but pretty close to Salisbury, MA that I had hinted at earlier...
I hope that this site and the Maine sites on up I-95 go in soon.
Completely agree. Rollin into Acadia national park would be awesome
Seabrook Tax Maps | The Town of Seabrook, NH
2014 Tax Map 8:
Lot 55-200 seems to mean anywhere in Seabrook commons.
Hopefully it'll be in a location that's a quick in-and-out.
Still no Maine Superchargers, but they're getting closer!
Bob.Calvo at the TM forum provided the tip in the form of an article to supercharge.info.
Great news. In winter with a quick top off in Portland this SC would connect me to all points south. Still need a mid-Maine charger to get all the way to Bar Harbor for those headed north.
FYI Here's a newspaper article:
As I posted in the West Lebanon thread, that article is dated Saturday, and has this interesting quote from Tesla's Jesse Karp:
So it sound like Tesla is breaking ground on the West Leb today.
Woohoo!!!!!!! on both Seabrook permit and West Lebanon groundbreaking!
Fun facts: it's further from the Seabrook Supercharger to I-95 than it is to the Seabrook Nuclear Power Station. At 1,244 MW, Seabrook is the largest single power plant in New England. To put this into some context, in two days this plant produces as much zero-carbon power as has been delivered through all Superchargers, worldwide, ever.
Thank you all for the timely and welcome posts. I really appreciate it. With a daughter in Maine and only a 60 kw battery, this location will be a godsend, especially when combined with ones deeper in Maine (especially for the reduced range for visits in winter).
Awesome, nailed it! This is the final incentive I need to upgrade my car. 140 miles has worked brilliantly for my needs even in this past -8F winter, but time to unlock the range and add the supercharger. I work in Seabrook, so this construction will be easy for me to keep an eye on. BTW R.B..... plant has a power uprate so 1296 MWe now.
Anybody know if they got past the Technical Review?
Would love to hear if anyone has an update on the Seabrook station. Saw the permit notice on the map but that's all I've seen so far.
Thanks for sharing that fun fact! I like telling people my car is nuclear powered here in South Carolina as I generally charge it at night when it's base load power and with SC being heavy nuke I bet most of the source is nuclear at night.
I just spoke with the Seabrook building department. The woman I spoke with stated that the "charging stations" have been proposed but not yet approved. She did not have any additional information on the status of this project.