The editor of Supercharge.info, the unofficial website that tracks Supercharger installations, has located another active permit application for a future Supercharger Station near Jacksonville.
The ID portion of the permit application show that this is a Tesla application and the Electrical Contractor has been selected.
The Overview portion of the permit application provides a description of the work which is not entirely accurate. As can been seen, the application calls for two Supercharger cabinets to power 8 charging terminals. That means that this will be a Version 3 installation. The description states "INSTALL (8) 120 KW TESLA CHARGING POSTS", but Version 3 charging terminals are rated at 250 kW.
This station is not currently listed on Tesla’s official Find Us web page.
The Supercharger Station will be located at the Winn-Dixie at 703 Chaffee Rd S, Jacksonville, FL 32221.
Here is a vicinity map:
The red arrow shows the location of the future Supercharger Station. To the extreme right is the location of the existing Jacksonville Supercharger Station.
Here's the Google aerial shot of the Winn-Dixie parking lot. Someone has posted a pin for the future Supercharger, but it doesn't mark the exact location.
Update as of September 7, 2020.
Construction has not only started, but it appears that this Supercharger Station is nearly operational.
Here is the precise location of the Supercharger Station in the Winn-Dixie parking lot. There are five charging stalls located toward the top of the red rectangle with an additional three located on the bottom.
This photo was taken north of the site looking south toward the entrance of the parking lot. The five charging stalls are in the foreground and the three stalls are in the background.
This image is portion of the previous photo zoomed to show the two Version 3 Supercharger cabinets, the switchgear and utility transformer.
Update as of September 15, 2020.
This photo was taken north of the site looking north.
Update as of September 20, 2020.
The navigation systems are displaying that this Supercharger Station is partially open.
People working or living nearby are asked to periodically visit the site to take high-resolution photos of the construction progress and send them to me.
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