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Supercharger - West Covina, CA (LIVE 31 Oct 2022, 16 V3 stalls)


I went this morning at 0700, and it was .21 kwh. That's cheaper than I can charge at home. Tier 2 at home is .35 kwh. So it saved me $6.00. Now the age old question, does supercharging degrade the battery? I don't intend to use the superchargers everyday. One up side....it uses a credit card I get mileage with, rather than paying Edison. So either way, Edison is selling electricity.

And this charger is right next to the on ramp I need to go to work at 7:00am.

Big Earl

Supporting Member
Jul 12, 2017
La Conner, WA
Anyone Notice this location changing speed is just around 70-90kWh? Never exceed 100kw

It would be helpful if your picture showed the state of charge, the outdoor temperature, and for how long you preconditioned (navigated to the supercharger) prior to plugging in. Can’t really comment on whether this is expected until we know those bits of information.

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