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Supercharger - St. Peter, MN


America's Top Supercharger Sleuth
Sep 6, 2017
Originally reported on SIF by @btpier

8 V3 stalls under construction at 1002 Old Minnesota Ave.



'21 3 LR AWD
Jan 2, 2019
Alexandria, Minnesota
Looks to be located here based on Google Maps. Great location for a new charger!

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May 6, 2019
I suspect this location is replacing the announced Mankato, MN supercharger as it's only 15 miles away and still on US Hwy 169. Less ideal for people traveling on US 14 but not a significant detour.
Mankato, MN | Tesla
Possible, but the Mankato pin is still active and slated for next year. Extra Superchargers (no warning from the Find Us map) have been known to pop up, especially with known partnerships like Hy-Vee.

Mankato itself is becoming a growing market for Teslas, so I would be surprised if it doesn't get a Supercharger in the next year or two.


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Oct 18, 2018
Can someone explain the new forum site that supercharge.info is leading to? I have never seen it before.
It's been around since summer of 2018. Keith, the original founder/developer of SC.info, set it up as part of his engagement with the Tesla community to get some help managing the project and provide another way for people to inform the site about new supercharger development. He was looking for some people to help with editing/maintaining the site databases as well as coding help with a bunch of stuff and general site feedback.

By the way, supercharge.info is the normal site address and forum.supercharge.info is the forum address.
The US Census Bureau considers St Peter to be in the Mankato/North Mankato metro area, although it does seem distinctly separate driving through there.
Metro area boundaries tend to follow county lines, and St. Peter is in Nicollet County, as are parts of Mankato and most of North Mankato. If you are wondering why Ely is considered to be part of the Duluth metro area, that's why.
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It's unlikely that it would go from fence-up to working in less than a week. There are inspections from the city and from Tesla that need to happen before it gets turned on. Also, it's worth knowing that typically superchargers will be functional for a few days before it ends up in the nav. The supercharger tends to be free of charge during that period of time.

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