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  • Updated: Apr 07, 2021

Tesla Rolls Out Supercharger Model For Faster Installations

Tesla Rolls Out Supercharger Model For Faster Installations

Tesla has improved its operations as it rolled out Supercharger buildout for faster installations in Beaver, Utah which has caught the eye of the electric vehicle community.

Based on the image shared on the Supercharger site, it reveals that the charging stall was pre-installed on a large concrete slab before placed in their respective locations.

One of the best things about Tesla is that it never stays still. Even if something is already working, the company continues to improve in its operations and enjoys a wide lead against its competitors. This was evident in the company’s new virtual Power plant that has just received approval in Queens, New York to deliver solar-powered home batteries to eligible customers.

The recent Supercharger installation in Beaver, Utah, caught the attention of the community. speculations initially suggested that the setup was just an updated iteration of the Megapack-powered mobile Superchargers that Tesla deploys during peak seasons, but it soon became evident that the setup in the recently shared images was quite different.

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Model 3 owner and TeslaMotors member Camthehombre, shared further details about the Supercharger installation after speaking with a Tesla installer on the Beaver Supercharger site.

The Tesla installer revealed that the rather unique setup was one of tesla’s first “prefabricated” Superchargers.

By setting up the Superchargers and their electronics on large concrete slabs even before they are placed in their respective locations, Tesla would be able to complete Supercharger installations much faster. It could also help the company install large numbers of Superchargers more efficiently.

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The Semi carrying the charging stations arrived at noon in the case of the Beaver, Utah Supercharger the day before the Model 3 owner photographed the installation. The charging stations’ wiring was on track to be completed that night.

Tesla could build numerous permanent Supercharger stalls in just a few days with such a system in place. This is something that is really needed considering that the number of Tesla owners will likely increase this year.


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