As happens at the start of every year Musk says the number of Superchargers will double... "Taking to Twitter, Musk specifically noted that Tesla’s Supercharger network will double by the end of 2019". At the end of 2018 there were 1426 charging stations worldwide and 1624 presently. The counts of stalls were 11894 at the end of 2018 and 14187 presently. That's a 14% increase in stations and 19% increase in stalls. Anyone expect this to reach even 40% by the end of the year? In particular it seems installations are limited by availability of the charging pedestals which are not even an active component. They are simply the cable and connector to plug into your car! There are only two reasons for not having enough of these units; poor planning and intentional. That is, Tesla is too inept to make enough components for their charging network expansion or they never even considered Musk's intention to double the network and allowed the pedestal production to be the bottleneck. Since Musk has tweeted the same "doubling" plan every year, this is no surprise. Why does anyone listen to him when he says things like this? Don't get me wrong, I am very happy with even one new Supercharger in the area I prowl. I just don't get why they can't ramp up production so installations don't sit for months waiting for enough parts to finish the job!