Even as a non American the absence of any SCs between San Antonio and Tucson is quite obvious and no doubt annoying for many of you. I've had a thought - this part of the world has extremely good solar coverage. What if Tesla is planning a new design of Supercharger site which is fully self contained - integrated solar and battery storage? Of course this was how superchargers were originally envisioned, and it was wound back to charger stalls only in order to speed up approval and build out of the network. But perhaps this route has the right set of conditions to make it worthwhile. Variables that I don't really know much about include: the typical amount of traffic expected over this route, as well as the quality/capacity/reliability of the grid in this area.