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Permit Issued for new Supercharger Station in Jacksonville. (Public)

June 22, 2021 7:23 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

For the most current information, please scroll down to the bottom of the article.

On October 20, 2020, Tesla submitted a permit application for a new Supercharger Station at a Wawa in Jacksonville.  It is located at 5735 Philips Hwy, Jacksonville, FL 32216.  On December 17, 2020, the permit was issued.

The permit is for a 12-stall, Version 3 Supercharger Station.

Here is a vicinity map:

The new Supercharger Station will be only 3 miles from the Jacksonville Service Center,  and about 6 miles west of the existing Supercharger Station at Gate Parkway and the Jacksonville Store.

Update as of June 22, 2021.

Tesla broke ground on this installation in April and by May it appears all of Tesla's equipment has been installed.  However, I am informed that the local utility has yet to install the service cables.

In the rear of the Wawa on the east side of the parking lot, 12 charging posts have been installed. 

If you live or work nearby, please take some high-resolution photos of the construction progress and send them to me.


Larry Chanin

President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

email:      lfchanin@gmail.com

Website:   teslaownersflorida.org

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  • July 02, 2021 3:27 PM | Anonymous member
    The two photos posted above I took on May 7 when the construction phase was complete. On June 16th I reached out to Tesla to find out what the delay was and was told they would be ready to turn it on June 18th. Information that JEA had not run the power is partly correct. I reached out to JEA and was informed that the contractor, Rack Electric, had not installed the proper meter and it failed on code violation. This week I reached out to Rack Electric and they have not responded yet with when they will install the proper meter. JEA said they are ready to turn it on when the meter is installed by the contractor.
    RackElectric . com has a nice website where you can make an inquiry on this which is what I used.
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