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Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by drgreenberg, Dec 10, 2018.
Lol, definitely not.
Appreciate everyone checking on the status and keeping us informed. Have family in Stony Point and this charger would be extremely helpful for the trip.
This location would be cool for a quick charge if I go to mall, but I’m reading some of these posts and keep wondering why people are using SCers as their home chargers. Why not just install a charging system at home? Most of my friends, including myself, with EVs did just that. I would hate to have to waste my time sitting at a SCer when I can have car charged up overnight.
There are many obvious reasons, but none are relevant. The thread is for Supercharger status, not reasons for caring (which are individual and personal).
The transformer is now installed! The lamp posts are yet to be installed. Home stretch.
Great! Was there tonight but on the opposite side of mall so didn’t notice. Will be there Thursday and check
Finally! The nearly 5 month drought is nearly over!
Thanks for posting. Did you notice if the meter is installed too?
besides meter, next 'visible' milestone near the end is the numbering of the stalls by the Tesla tech.
I did not see a meter. I don't even see a mounting block unless it's hidden out of sight.
Lightpoles still not up, still not operational as of May 5
And still no change at all as of May 8.
Stopped by the mall yesterday. Light posts still on the ground waiting to be installed. Photos for anyone interested below.
One change from last week is that the poles moved from being stacked together to being next to their respective mounting bases. So perhaps the contractors are active again. I still can’t find the meter, however.
Hopefully, the many potholes leading to the charging area will be patched soon. The Palisades Center roads have become minefields in multiple spots.
I have to wonder if the delay is more due to financial issues than anything else.
Tesla excluded from NY charger incentive program, argues discrimination
so I just read that O&R is wholly owned subsidiary of ConEd...
I think, in the end, this is the problem. ConEd is like the LEAST EV friendly power company IN THE WORLD. they can't even see the extra KWh they will be selling to power our cars...
in nyc ConEd will not allow charging stations of any kind on public sidewalks. they only allow them in privately held garages and lots. you want to charge? you have to pay a hefty parking fee to do it. OOPS.
Progress today. Seems that the transformer, which appeared installed, was not yet connected to O&R. There is a truck there now working on stringing cabling to a utility pole across the road and the transformer cabinet doors are open.
Just took a quick stop over at West Nyack aka Palisade Mall, same as last report
Stopped by tonight, all the light poles are up.
what'd res this mean?