This will be old news to anyone who reads Norwegian internet papers today, but this isn't known to the general investing public yet - so I thought I'd make it explicit. Elbil.no has looked at some applications for building public charging stations, which have been sent to local municipalities in Norway. These applications are quite obviously from Tesla Motors. Tesla doesn't confirm the rumor, but Esben Pedersen, spokesperson for Tesla in Norway, states that "This is not something we are reporting officially yet, but it is not completely wrong". I have only skimmed the articles; I can't find a reference to the timeframe but this might be found in the applications which should be publically available with some digging. Applications have been filed for four locations, detailed in the maps at DN.no. The supercharger locations would enable driving between Bergen, Oslo and Trondheim, three of Norways biggest cities. The roads between these cities are among the most important routes for cross-country travel in Norway. Source article: Superlading for Teslas elbiler i Norge Additional information, with maps: Her kommer Teslas superladere - DN.no Note: The articles are in Norwegian. Don't have time to translate them right now, but Google Translate might do a decent job. The premise is that the charging will be free, eliminating fuel costs between these locations (the equivalent fuel cost would be in the region $100-$150).