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  • February 15, 2019 4:52 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS ARTICLE FOR PERIODIC UPDATES:

    As you may be aware, the Tesla Find Us web page has listed a “Coming Soon” Gainesville Supercharger Station for some time now. 

    For those of you that live near Gainesville, please keep a lookout for Supercharger construction activity at Butler Town Center in Gainesville.  We have received credible, but unsubstantiated reports, that the future Gainesville Supercharger Station may be located there.

    Butler Town Center is currently under construction. It is comprised of Butler Plaza and Butler North which are existing huge shopping areas that are strategically located right off of I-75. One of the new expansions is a Whole Foods grocery store which is due to open this month.  As you may know, there has been a recent trend for Supercharger Stations to be sited near Whole Foods locations. 

    In attempting to confirm our suspicions that Butler Town Center might be the location of a new Supercharger Station, one of the members of the Tesla Motors Club forums contacted the mall management and received the following response:

    While we can’t confirm the details, we are working with a charging station company to install stations at Butler since it is right off the busiest interstate exit in Gainesville—we too feel it’s a great fit! We can confirm however that Whole Foods has added car charging stations to their parking lot—which will charge any brand of car (technically—but maybe slow for Teslas).

    We will be releasing all the details soon once the arrangement is fully finalized.”

    Here’s a map of the location:


    Update as of May 7, 2018:

    I had a Facebook messenger exchange with Butler management. In response to my inquiry about the number of chargers at Whole Foods, their response was:

    Shop at Butler Whole Foods has installed two electric car charging stations, and more announcements to come!

    I believe that the "more announcements to come!" remark is likely to be an announcement about the Superchargers. It is Tesla's practice to ask their host locations not to reveal or confirm Supercharger locations until the installation is operational. So we shouldn't be unduly disappointed if the Butler folks couldn't expressly state that a Supercharger Station is coming. The fact that they consistently state that there are more announcements or more details coming, to me is a very good sign.

    Update as of June 18, 2018.

    One of our club members has located the official permit. As you can see the permit request was filed on June 1, 2018 and is for a 10 terminal Supercharger Station at the 3217 SW 35th Blvd, Gainesville, which is the main address for Butler Plaza North Town Center.  



    Update as of December 11, 2018:

    Butler Enterprises has stated that soon Butler Town Center in Gainesville will be hosting a Tesla Supercharger Station. They also invited our club members and the public to join them on December 8th at their First Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony in which Santa arrived in style in a Tesla Model X.


    The Gainesville Sun reported on the event and discussed the Supercharger Station.  Here are some excerpts from the article:

    Tesla’s 10 charging stations are expected to be operational in January

    Gainesville is a welcome pit stop for many motorists heading by on I-75, but soon Tesla drivers will have an option to recharge their vehicles as they shop.

    Butler Enterprises announced Saturday during the Town Center holiday tree lighting that it has partnered with Tesla, which specializes in electric car manufacturing, to bring 10 Tesla Supercharger stations to Gainesville.

    Mary Reichardt, Butler’s corporate director of marketing, said the charging stations will be located in the parking lot west of Whole Foods, 3490 Archer Road, and behind Chili’s.

    Reichardt said the charging stations located in Butler Town Center will be “a convenient stop off the interstate” for traveling Tesla owners.

    They will be the first Supercharger stations in Gainesville. The closest currently are in Lake City and Ocala...

    ...Tesla is now working with the city of Gainesville on permitting, and hopes to begin and complete the charger stations in January.

    The Tesla announcement was made in holiday-fashion, Reichardt said, as a Santa arrived at the Butler Town Center block party in a Tesla Model X, which launched into a festive music and lights show.

    Comment: The article states that Tesla hopes to start and complete the Supercharger Station in January.  While it may be possible to build a station in four weeks, in my opinion the likelihood of obtaining an approved permit, starting and completing construction and obtaining inspection approvals in just four weeks is extremely unlikely.  Note that Tesla's initial permit application expired on November 28, 2018.

    After Tesla obtains a permit and breaks ground, for those living nearby, please check the parking lot east of the Bonefish Grill (in the red area of the map above) for signs of construction and send me high resolution photos of the progress.


    Update as of February 12, 2019:

    As of February 12, 2019, the online permitting system still does not yet show that a permit has been issued, but the permit application records show an email exchange that suggests permit approval is imminent. The email is an exchange between the Site Acquisition Manager with Black & Veatch, Tesla's engineering and construction firm that is responsible for designing, site assessment and permitting of Supercharger Stations, and the Gainesville Chief Plans Examiner. The Site Acquisition Manager is inquiring regarding the status of the building permit and the Plan Examiner is responding that he is working on the permit, but General Liability & Worker Comp Certificates for the Tesla contractor performing the work are still required.

    One of our club members and members of the Tesla Motors Club (TMC) forums have provided photos showing the fencing, barricades, etc. in the location mentioned by Butler’s corporate director of marketing previously reported.  That is, it is located in the parking lot west of Whole Foods, 3490 Archer Road, east of the Bonefish Grill and behind Chili’s.  Although we do not yet see any Tesla equipment, one TMC member reported that when he visited the site that he spoke with an installer who said the site is definitely for the Tesla Superchargers.

    It appears to me that the staging of this fencing and barricades is in preparation for the permit, but in the absence of a permit Tesla's contractor hasn't broken ground yet.

    Here are some photos of the staging provided to me by our club member. 



    Based on the photos provided to me, below are two Google views providing an orientation of where I thinks the charging stalls will go relative to the various landmarks in the shopping mall.

    The Google view of the parking lot shows the previous layout. It has since been improved to install a sidewalk adjacent to the where the charging stall will be aligned.

    This Google street view shows where the charging stalls will go in relation to the Bonefish Grill, Whole Foods and Chilli's.

    Update as of February 15, 2019:

    A permit for this project was issued today (February 15, 2019).

    For those that live near the site, please periodically visit and take high resolution photos of the construction progress and send them to me.  Thanks.

    Larry Chanin
    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts
    lfchanin@gmail.com

  • February 13, 2019 12:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Please scroll down to the bottom of this article for current status.

    Tesla owners posting on social media have discovered a new Supercharger Station under construction at a Winn-Dixie grocery store in Riverview.  What is interesting about this discovery is that you will notice that it is not currently listed on the official Tesla Find Us map. The Winn-Dixie store is located at 10665 Big Bend Rd, Riverview, FL 33579.

    Here is a vicinity map.

    Recently Tesla seems to be clustering a number of Supercharger Stations in urban areas.  The Tampa area has received several stations.


    Judging from the number of Supercharger cabinets at the construction site it appears that this station will have 10 charging terminals.

    Here are 5- Supercharger cabinets and 3- high voltage switchgear cabinets.

    Update as of January 10, 2019:

    Trenching and conduits for charging terminal. Contractors set Supercharger Cabinets and high  voltage switchgear on concrete pad.


    A couple of the charging terminal have been installed.


    Update as of February 13, 2019.

    10 Supercharging terminal are now operational

    Here is a photo of the first Tesla to charge at this new Supercharger Station.  Currently this station is not displayed on Tesla navigation screens nor is it shown on the Tesla Find Us map.


    Larry Chanin
    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts
    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com

  • January 26, 2019 11:43 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Most of the planned 14 Supercharging terminals have been installed. 

    Please scroll down to the bottom of the article for current updates.

    A number of our club members have discovered the “Coming Soon” Union Park Supercharger Station under construction at the at Waterford Lakes Town Center near the Regal Cinemas in the parking lot of The Social House restaurant (435 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, FL 32828).

    Here is a vicinity map. (For a full sized images right click on the images and open them in a new tab.)


    Here are some photos of the installation.



    From photos taken it appears that there will be 14 – 120 kW charging terminals. As of December 2, 2018, most of the charging terminals were installed, 7 Supercharger Cabinets (white cabinets) and the high voltage switchgear (grey cabinets) have also been installed.  

    The utility has yet to set the concrete pad, power transformer and install the meter.

    The annual carnival is being set up in the same parking lot so the Supercharger Station is currently totally blocked off. It is therefore unlikely that any additional utility work will proceed for a while.

    Update as of January 20, 2019:

    It looks like Tesla's contractor has completed its work and the local utility has set the power transformer.  The only thing that appears to be required is the installation of the meter in the meter cabinet.



  • January 22, 2019 1:37 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Note: Last night (January 21, 2019) when I initially published this article, the Florida Supercharger rate posted on the official Tesla website was $ .31 per kWh which was a 41% increase over the previous rate of $. 22 per kWh. Today (January 22, 2019) Tesla revised their website and the current posted rate is now $ .28 per kWh, a 27% increase. This article has been revised to incorporate the current Supercharger rate as of January 22, 2019. 

    Recently Tesla increased the rates to Supercharge in Florida by 27 %. For illustrative purposes I’ve calculated the dollars per mile to drive a long-range Model 3 (non-performance), a 100D Model S and a 100D Model X when being charged for Supercharging versus charging at home.  I also calculated what the minimum mpg of a gasoline vehicle would have to be to match the Tesla costs for each of these three examples using the current average cost of gasoline in Florida versus the current average cost of electricity in Florida.

    Model 3 Costs per mile

    According to the federal government’s fuel economy statistics, a long-range Model 3’s fuel economy is .260 kWh/mi.  To charge a long-range Model 3 at a Supercharger in Florida with Tesla’s new fees of $.28 per kWh equates to a cost of about $ .07 per mile. According to Electricity Local, the average residential cost of electricity in Florida is about $ .1142 per kWh.  So, for comparison, to charge a long-range Model 3 at home typically equates to a cost of about $ .03 per mile. 

    According to AAA Gas Prices, average gasoline prices in Florida for regular and premium gasoline are currently only $2.224 and $2.837 per gallon respectively.  So, a gasoline vehicle using regular gas now only requires an mpg of about 31 to match the Model 3’s cost of $ .07 per mile when exclusively paying Supercharging fees. Gasoline vehicles requiring premium gas would need to achieve an mpg of 39 to match the cost per mile of the Model 3 when paying for Supercharging.

    At the current average cost of gas, gasoline vehicles on regular gas would still have to achieve an mpg of 75, and premium gasoline vehicles would have to achieve an mpg of 96, to match the cost per mile of a Model 3 when charging at home.

    Model S Costs per mile

    Likewise, according to the government, a 100D Model S has an efficiency of .330 kWh/mi.  If the Supercharging costs are not “grandfathered” at zero, that equates to a cost of $ .09 per mile to Supercharge at current rates. That compares to $ .04 per mile to charge at home.  With average regular gasoline prices in Florida at low levels, it only requires a regular gasoline car to achieve an mpg of about 24, or a premium gasoline car to achieve an mpg of about 31, to match the Model S’s $ .09 per mile while exclusively Supercharging. 

    A regular gasoline vehicle would have to achieve an mpg of 59, and a premium gasoline vehicle would have to achieve an mpg of 76, to match the cost per mile of a Model S charging at home.

    Model X Costs per mile

    Finally, the government puts the efficiency of a 100D Model X at .390 kWh/mi. Likewise, if the Supercharger costs are not “grandfathered” at zero that equates to a cost of about $ .11 per mile while exclusively Supercharging, or in comparison $ .045 per mile to charge at home. With average regular gasoline prices at low levels, it only requires a gasoline vehicle using regular gas to achieve an mpg of about 20, or a premium gasoline vehicle to achieve an mpg of 26 to match the Model X’s $ .11 per mile while exclusively Supercharging. 

    A regular gasoline vehicle would have to achieve an mpg of 50, and a premium gasoline vehicle would have to achieve an mpg of 64 to match the cost per mile of a Model X charging at home.

    Cost per mile Supercharging vs. Home

    Example Fuel Economy (kWh/mi) Supercharge ($/mi) Home ($/mi)
    Model 3 Long-Range 0.26 0.073 0.030
    Model S 100D 0.33 0.092 0.038
    Model X 100D 0.39 0.109 0.045

    The costs per mile in the article were rounded to two significant figures. The costs in this table are displayed to three significant figures.  Calculations used the additional precision presented in the table.

    According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, in 2016 the fuel economy of an Average light-duty vehicle was 22.0 mpg, for New passenger vehicles it was 37.7 mpg, and for New light-duty trucks (SUVs are included in this category) it was 27.4 mpg. So, due to the current low price of regular gasoline, for Teslas who must pay Supercharger fees, the cost per mile on trips may not be as low as some high-mpg gasoline vehicles when competing with all classes of light-duty vehicles and trucks.

    However, it is still likely that when comparing similarly optioned gasoline cars in Tesla's respective classes, the Teslas would still compare favorably when measuring dollars per mile. For instance, comparing a Model 3 with a BMW 3 class, or comparing a Model S with a BMW M5, etc.

    It should also be noted that most charging, perhaps as high as 90%, occurs at home so overall the fuel costs of Teslas are still going to be less than the vast majority of gasoline vehicles even with this increase in Supercharging rates. 

    Update as of January 22, 2019 1:37 pm.

    Electrek reports, Tesla cuts Supercharger prices back down after customer backlash over increase.

    From the article:

    "Now Tesla told Electrek that it listened to customer feedback and decided to reduce the Supercharger price increase by 10% globally.

    After the price increase last week, the average price in the US was $0.31 per kWh.

    It is now down to $0.28 per kWh"


    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Email:      lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website:   teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts



  • January 16, 2019 3:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Please scroll down to the bottom of this article for the most current information.

    The Planning & Zoning Board for The Villages of Estero will conduct public hearings at 5:30 pm on December 11th for a Tesla store to be located at Coconut Point Mall, 23101 Fashion Drive Suite #13, Village of Estero, FL.

    According to public records the proposed Tesla store will be 3,871 square feet and will be located in the former Grape Base location. Up to 3 Tesla models will be displayed within the store space.  Approximately 7 parking spaces and charging stations will be located across from the southerly corner of the Tesla store space. Each on-site vehicle can be test driven and selected from the designated parking areas. There are approximately 9 overflow parking spaces for the Tesla tenant space. These spaces are located in the rear parking area. The proposed hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm and Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am to 11 pm.

    The planning staff has recommended approval of this request with the following conditions:

    1. The Tesla showroom is limited to three vehicles; the parking area is limited to a total of 20 automobiles.
    2. The use is limited to one showroom, east of Via Villagio only.
    3. No incidental servicing, repairs or stocking of parts is permitted in the tenant space.
    4. Hours of operation shall not exceed Sunday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm and Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm.

    Below is the location of the proposed store, parking and charging locations:


    Update as of December 11, 2018:

    The planning board unanimously approved the application for the Tesla store with the limitations recommended by planning staff.

    Update as of January 16, 2019.

    The Tesla Store at Coconut Point Mall is now open


  • December 20, 2018 9:10 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The new West Palm Beach Supercharger Station will have 8 charging terminals.

    A members of the Tesla Motors Club online forum (screen names Oldschool496 and Racerx22b) have discovered the new “Coming Soon” West Palm Beach Supercharger Station. It is being constructed in the parking lot of a Wawa gasoline station at 7289 Garden Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33404. The Supercharger Station will have 8 – 120 kW Supercharger terminals.  It is less than 2 miles away from the existing West Palm Beach Supercharger Station that is colocated with the West Palm Beach Service Center/Store on Dryer Blvd.  It is likely that the Supercharger Station on Dryer will no longer be available as part of the public Supercharger network after the new station is operational.

    Here is a vicinity map: (For full-sized images right click on images and open in new tab.)

    Utility transformer on left, installed meter center, 4 - Supercharger Cabinets on right.


    Update as of December 20, 2018.

    Tesla technician works on Supercharger cooling system.

    The Tesla technician estimates that the station should be operational in a few days depending upon final inspection by the city.

    Update December 20, 2018:

    This station is now operational


  • December 20, 2018 5:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Some of the 20 Supercharger terminals at the Sarasota Supercharger Station. 

    This article is continuously updated as new Supercharger Stations in Florida come online.

    The table below lists all 32 of the operating Supercharger Stations. Click the link to the name of the station for a description of the amenities available nearby.  In the comments section of the table are links to our articles discussing those locations that we have discovered being built. 

    Supercharger Station Terminals kW Status Comment
    DeFuniak Springs  5 120 Operational  
    Tallahassee 6 120 Operational  
    Live Oak 12 120 Operational  
    Lake City 6 120 Operational  
    St. Augustine 6 120 Operational  
    Ocala 8 120 Operational  
    Port Orange 6 120 Operational  
    Turkey Lake 6 120 Operational  
    Orlando, FL - W. Sand Lake Rd 8 120 Operational  
    Tampa -Wawa 8 120 Operational  
    Brandon 8 120 Operational  
    Pinellas Park 8 120 Operational  
    West Melbourne 8 120 Operational  
    Fort Drum 6 120 Operational  
    Sarasota 20 120 Operational  
    Port St. Lucie 8 120 Operational  
    West Palm Beach 8 120 Operational  
    Fort Myers 8 120 Operational  
    Naples 8 120 Operational  
    Plantation 16 120 Operational Plantation Supercharger Station has undergone an expansion to 16 terminals. (Public) 
    Aventura 35 72 Operational  
    Miami, FL - SW 8th Street  10 72 Operational  
    Miami, FL - SW 7th Street  13 72 Operational  
    Florida City 8 120 Operational  
    Marathon 4 120 Operational  
    Miami, FL - NE 41st Street 14  72   Operational “Coming Soon” Miami – “Wynwood” Supercharger is operational in the Design District (Public)
    Delray Beach 18  120   Operational “Coming Soon” Delray Beach Supercharger found operational at Delray Marketplace (Public)
    Fort Myers 14  120   Operational “Coming Soon” Fort Myers Supercharger location found under construction [Operational](Public)
    Tampa, FL - Hyde Park   10  120   Operational "Coming Soon" Supercharger at Tampa-Hyde Park located [Operational] (Public)
    Altamonte Springs 120   Operational Construction has Started on the Altamonte Springs Supercharger Station [Operational] (Public)
     Jacksonville 120  Operational  The location of the "Coming Soon" Supercharger Station in Jacksonville has been discovered [Operational] (Public)
     Pembroke Pines 16  120   Operational Found Pembroke Pines, "Coming Soon" Supercharger Station [Now operational] (Public)


    Please be on the lookout for signs of construction at the listed “Coming Soon” locations.  If you spot any construction activity that looks like a Supercharger installation, please send me some high resolution photos.

    Larry Chanin
    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts
    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com


  • December 20, 2018 2:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    This article is continuously updated as new Supercharger Stations in Florida come online.

    Tesla owners in Florida are fortunate to have an abundance of Supercharger Stations. With 32 operating Supercharger Stations, Florida is ranked third in the nation behind California and Texas. Those 32 stations provide access to 239 individual Direct Current Fast Charging terminals that can charge at over 300 miles of range per hour.

    As Tesla continues to aggressively expand the number of Supercharger Stations in the Florida network, the size of many of these newer stations is also growing impressively.  For instance, whereas the first Supercharger Station in the state installed in July 2013 only had 8 charging terminals, in September 2017 Tesla built a Supercharger Station in Sarasota with 20 – 120 kW terminals.

    Tesla has also introduced a new type of Urban Supercharger terminal. Designed for tight city locations the Urban Superchargers have a more compact design than the original Superchargers and they are deployed in even greater numbers.  For example, the Urban Supercharger Station that went operational in May 2018 at Aventura Mall has 35 – 72 kW terminals.


    Below is a table listing the locations of all of the “Coming Soon” Supercharger Stations for Florida shown on Tesla’s official Find Us map. 16 are planned for 2018 and 10 for 2019. We only a couple of weeks left in 2018, so obviously some of the 2018 stations will slip into 2019, but nevertheless Tesla's progress in expanding the network has been impressive. 

    We also discovered a new Supercharger Station under construction in Saint Johns that Tesla didn’t note on their map.  So, there are actually 27 Supercharger Stations expected to be operational by 2019. In the Article section of the table are links to our articles discussing those "Coming Soon" locations that we have discovered to date.  The articles are periodically updated when we receive new information.

    Supercharger Station Location Expected opening Article
    Destin Open 2018  
    Gainesville Open 2018 Confirmed the location of the “Coming Soon” Gainesville Supercharger Station will be at Butler Town Center (Public)
    Celebration Open 2018  
    Tampa, FL - Wesley Chapel Open 2018  
    Tampa, FL - Clearwater Open 2018  
    Lakeland Open 2018  
    Yeehaw Junction Open 2018  
    West Palm Beach Open 2018 New “Coming Soon” West Palm Beach Supercharger Station discovered under construction (Public) 
    Boca Raton Open 2018  
    North Naples Open 2018  
    Weston Open 2018  
    Riverside Park Open 2018  
    Hollywood Open 2018  
    Miami Beach, FL - Bal Harbour Open 2018  
    Miami Beach, FL - South Beach Open 2018  
    Miami, FL - Coral Gables Open 2018  
    Pensacola Open 2019  
    Palm Coast Open 2019  
    Winter Park Open 2019  
    Union Park Open 2019 “Coming Soon” Union Park Supercharger Station discovered under construction (Public) 
    Winter Garden Open 2019  
    Millenia Open 2019  
    Cocoa West Open 2019  
    Beach Park Open 2019  
    Ochopee, FL (Alligator Alley) Open 2019 At Ochopee on Alligator Alley the only suitable location is the Miccosukee Service Plaza.
    Key West Open 2019  
    Saint Johns Open 2019 New Supercharger Station discovered under construction in Winn-Dixie parking lot in Saint Johns Commons [South Jacksonville] (Public) Currently this station is not on Tesla's Find Us map.

    Please be on the lookout for signs of construction at the listed “Coming Soon” locations.  If you spot any construction activity that looks like a Supercharger installation, please send me some high resolution photos.

    Larry Chanin
    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts
    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com




  • December 05, 2018 4:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    One of our club members has discovered a new Supercharger Station under construction in the Winn-Dixie parking lot in Saint Johns Commons (South Jacksonville), address 2220 CR 210 West, Jacksonville.  This “Coming Soon” Supercharger Station is currently not yet listed on Tesla’s official Find Us map. For restroom access the Supercharger Station will be adjacent to a Shell Gasoline station which is open 24/7. 

    Here is the vicinity map:

    (For full-sized images right click on images and open in new tab.)



    Here's the location of the Supercharger Station in the Winn-Dixie parking lot.


    The white boxes are the Supercharger Cabinets.  Note the proximity to the Shell Gas station to the right.


    All 10 charging terminals have been installed.


    The 5 Supercharger cabinets on left with three high-voltage switchgear cabinets on right.

  • November 16, 2018 1:22 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On November 4, 2018, the Dellagio Town Center invited our club to display our Teslas to the public at an exclusive Tesla Car Show centered around their signature fountain inspired by the famous Place de la Concorde.  The Dellagio Town Center is a hidden gem on Restaurant Row in Orlando featuring over 130,000 square feet of dining and entertainment in a European inspired development reminiscent of Italy. 

    Although the weather didn't exactly cooperate on this Rain or Shine event, the glistening brick pavers provided a dramatic backdrop for the Teslas on display.  Much thanks go to Angelia and David for serving as hosts of this event.

    Here's some photos:


     

    Following the Car Show for dinner and libations our members gathered at Urbain 40, an American Brasserie and Lounge with an atmosphere reminiscent of the big band era. 


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