The Wall Street Journal reported today that Tesla has been rolling out high-power wall chargers, free of use. They say currently 106 have been installed since this spring. Where are these HPWCs located? Is there a map of them? Beyond the Supercharger: Teslas Other Charging Network - Corporate Intelligence - WSJ But with little or no fanfare, Tesla also has been installing high-power wall chargers at restaurants, hotels, beach parking and other locations that can send 80 amps of electricity into the Model S and add 58 miles of range in an hour. While that’s not nearly as fast as a Supercharger, which can recharge the 85 kWh pack in around 30 minutes, it’s twice as fast as the standard 240-volt chargers that can be more commonly be found around in parking lots and garages. Tesla has been rolling these out quickly across the country as a convenience to customers. The company says 106 of them have been installed since the program began this spring, with more coming online daily. Like the Superchargers, they are free to use for Tesla owners. They don’t work with other electric cars.