Tesla Announced New Tesla Supercharger Locations: Winners of the 2023 Fall Vote
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Tesla Announced New Tesla Supercharger Locations: Winners of the 2023 Fall Vote

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  • Tesla offers the opportunity for EV drivers to voice their opinions about locations that need Superchargers. 
  • The seasonal voting process begins by nominating locations on the Tesla Supercharger X account. 
  • Many of the newest locations will be in Europe, with bonus spots around North America. 

Tesla Supercharger stations are about to get much busier, especially as we get closer to 2025. As all the North American major automakers have decided to adopt the North American Charging Standard (NACS) — and soon-to-be SAE J3400 — all EVs will have access to nearly all Tesla Supercharger locations. 


Tesla Listens to EV Drivers

Non-Tesla owners will be surprised to learn that Tesla listens to its drivers. The automaker installs new Tesla Supercharger locations based on the voting requests of actual Tesla drivers. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the current Tesla Supercharger network in North America includes 1,974 locations with 21,852 ports.

You can easily find a map of Tesla Superchargers on the Tesla website, and you can find the nearest one to you on the Chargeway app. The Tesla open charging network clearly follows major highways, showing how easy it is to take a cross-country road trip. But, like all EV infrastructure, more charging stations are needed, especially DC fast-charging ports, and Tesla owners know best about what areas are lacking public chargers.


What City Was Recently Voted as a New Supercharger Location?

Tesla Supercharger voting takes place seasonally, and the Tesla team recently announced future Tesla Supercharger locations. In North America, the winning cities include Montebello and Baie-Comeau in Quebec, St. John’s in Newfoundland and Labrador, Renfrew in Ontario, and Aulds Cove in Nova Scotia. 

Most new Supercharger locations will be in Europe, Asia, and Australia. Several will be in Romania and Japan, specifically. Tesla will build two new sites in the U.S.: one in Pullman, Washington, and the other in Manhattan, Kansas. 

How To Get Involved in the Next Voting Round


The automaker has already announced the winter 2024 round. Participants can cast five votes for proposed Supercharger sites. The current ballot includes several more sites in Europe, especially Romania. Some noteworthy locations on the ballot in the U.S. include Clermont, Florida; Durango, Colorado; Johnson City, Tennessee; and Munising, Michigan. You must register to vote. 

The History of Tesla Supercharger Location Voting

Voting for new Tesla Supercharger locations began in September 2022. The Tesla Charging X (formerly Twitter) account announced the opportunity to vote on new locations. As the social media account grew, fans shared their thoughts on where to add new stations. 

Eventually, the requests on the social media post made it onto a ballot. EV drivers could point out gaps in the charging network and share their opinions on current locations. Thanks to the voting and the dedication of Tesla to its EV owners, the Supercharger network is expected to have over 70,000 ports by the end of 2024



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