Um... we aren't talking about supercharger overcrowding or cars per pedestal. We are talking about what the display at the Kettleman City supercharger is showing us: the top 10 superchargers worldwide by kWh delivered.That 7/10 metric is apples to oranges. In context of supercharger overcrowding is cars per supercharger pedestal.
Kettleman isn’t crowded because it has low cars/stalls ratio.
No, you can see there's a clock on the first screen that shows it's just before 2 PM.For Dublin to hold the number 1 spot, i would not have expected only 2 of 14 stalls filled in the middle of the day. Was that pic taken in the middle of the night?
For Dublin to hold the number 1 spot, i would not have expected only 2 of 14 stalls filled in the middle of the day. Was that pic taken in the middle of the night?
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I like the fact that the display shows total Supercharger location numbers (in the circles) for North America, Europe, and East Asia. Maybe they will add a number for Australia at some point, as Tesla has made significant progress there in covering major travel routes.
Also taken on Saturday (8/18), 10:45 AM PDT. Norway had 3 superchargers on the board:
@Ervic, was your picture taken earlier or later in the day? I'm wondering how the Eidsvoll Verk supercharger with 6921 kWh fell off the board entirely, while Lier South and Lier North increased slightly yet remained well below that number (and Hong Kong stayed exactly the same).
It was taken at 12:36PM. Strange that it would drop off in less than 2 hours.