Tesla Plans to Build Massive Supercharger Station in Coalinga, CA with Estimated 100 Stalls

Tesla Plans to Build Massive Supercharger Station in Coalinga, CA with Estimated 100 Stalls

Image: Google maps | @MontrealTesla

Tesla has applied for the construction of the world's largest Supercharger, which could consist of more than 100 stalls, and will be located at Harris Ranch in Coalinga, California.

Tesla continues to increase production and occupy an increasing share of the automotive market. To meet the needs of EV owners, the company continues to increase the number of charging stations, while focusing not only on their number but also on their capacity.

@MontrealTesla/Twitter reported that last week Tesla applied for permission to build the world's largest Supercharger, which will be located at Harris Ranch in Coalinga. The new Supercharger station will be located at 24553 W Dorris Ave. According to @MontrealTesla's sources, there will be at least 80 stalls of V3 Superchargers. They will be installed on the site where the parking and rest area for trucks and truckers is now located, behind the Shell station and Tesla's battery swap area. The new Supercharger will complement the 18 stalls already installed at Harris Ranch. The new location is reported to have a solar-powered canopy as well as a battery storage system.

Tesla may also add additional stalls to the 18 charging points located at 24505 W Dorris Ave, according to a separate permit filed in early March, @MontrealTesla reported.

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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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