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"Coming Soon" Supercharger Stations for Florida (Public)

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

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