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  • February 06, 2020 6:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please scroll down for updates.

    A member of the Tesla Motors Club forum discovered a permit application for what looks to be the “Coming Soon” Clearwater Supercharger as listed on Tesla’s Find Us map. The permit was issued on October 9, 2019.

    The site address is 26508 US Highway 19 North, which appears to be a Wawa convenience store and gas station.

    Here is a vicinity map:

    You will notice from the excerpt of the permit application reproducted above, that the project description is:

    Installation of Tesla Charging Station within existing parking lot consisting of (2) TESLA V3 SUPERCHARGER CABINETS, (8) TESLA V3 CHARGE POSTS, (1) MASTER CONTROLLER, (1) SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY, and (1) UTILITY TRANSFORMER. Two concrete pads will be poured for equipment. 

    So it appears that this will be a Version 3.0 Supercharger. Version 3.0 Supercharger Cabinets are rated 1 MW each and will power four Supercharger terminals at up to 250 kW each.


    Update as of November 5, 2019.

    Construction has started on the Clearwater Supercharger Station.


    Tesla certified contractor is on the case.

    Update as of November 9, 2019.

    Conduits being installed

    Update as of November 12, 2019.


    Some of the charging terminal under construction.


    More progress on the conduit installation.

    Update as of November 14, 2019.


    More progress on charging terminals.


    Waiting on version 3 Supercharger Cabinets.


    This is where the utility transformer will go.

    Update as of January 23, 2020.


    The utility transformer has been installed.

    Update as of February 3, 2020.


    The version 3 Supercharger cabinets have been delivered to the site.



    The version 3 Supercharger charging terminals have been delivered to the site.


    Here's a good view of a version 3 Supercharger cabinet.

     


    The meter cabinet is installed, but the all important meter is missing. In the front is the main breaker with two version 3 Supercharger cabinets in the back.



    We believe that all of the version 3 charging terminals have been installed behind the coverings. There's some signage that needs to be installed, but this installation is very close to being energized.  Rumors speculate that we are only a couple of days away. 


    People living nearby are encouraged to visit the site periodically to take high resolution photos of the construction progress, and forward them to me. 

    Thanks.

    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

  • February 02, 2020 6:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We estimate that close to 100 customer Teslas were at the Tesla Owners event

    On Saturday, February 1, 2020, the Tampa Delivery Center on Florida Avenue hosted an Owners Event and asked our club to participate. Tesla sent out about 700 invitations to mostly new owners.  Our club sent out an additional 300 invitations to our members in our Southwest Region on Tesla's behalf.  The intent was for new owners to be able to network with experienced owners to get a better idea of the owner experience in an informal setting.

    We estimate that over 200 people were in attendance.

    Tesla was an excellent host and the Delivery Center was able to accommodate the large crowd and about 100 customer Teslas. They had an informative and fun agenda:

    • Solar booth – bring your utility bill for review
    • Service booth – submit your questions
    • Test drives – Refer your friends and family for Supercharging miles!
    • Merchandise booth – gear up on Tesla merchandise
    • Food trucks – American cuisine and Italian ice
    • Tesla Trivia – with prizes! Brush up on Tesla knowledge!

    Here are some photos of the festivities:


    We shared a registration desk with Tesla.


    We have Savanna Munyan, Sales Advisor, for doing a great job in organizing this educational and fun event.

    Here's most of the Tesla Team supporting this event


    Mark LaPlant, Service Manager, chatting with Crystal


    Back in 2011, Dharshi was one of our club founders, with Elijah our youngest member.


    The customer lounge was well-attended.


    Some Teslas with aftermarket accessories were on display


    Pete Borras and Sean from Tesla. Pete brought some great looking Teslas with aftermarket enhancements. Pete owns First Impression Detailing in Sarasota and his new  The Tesla Studio in Tampa. 




    We estimate that over 200 people attended this event.


    You can never start them too young!


    If you are interested in learning about our club, please click on the "Home" link at the top of this page. If you are interested in joining our club, please click on the "Join Us" link at the top of this page.


    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts


  • February 02, 2020 5:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    An article in the Palm Coast Observer identifies the probable location of a "Coming Soon" Supercharger on the Tesla Find Us map.  According to the article, Palm Coast Wawa to open in May, with Tesla Superchargers to follow, "The Wawa under construction at Bulldog Drive and State Road 100 should be open in May, and Tesla is in talks to have eight Superchargers for electric vehicles on the site."

    Here's a vicinity map: (For a full-sized image, right click on the map and open it in a new tab.)


    Some time after May, when the Wawa is expected to open, people living nearby are encouraged to visit the site periodically to take high resolution photos, and forward them to me, if there is evidence of construction starting for the Supercharger Station.

    Thanks.

    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts


  • January 30, 2020 1:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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

    One of our club members, thanks Ray, discovered the location of the "Coming Soon" Supercharger Station for Coral Gables as listed on Tesla's Find Us map.  Technically it's in Miami about 1.5 miles from Coral Gables. It's located at a Wawa convenience store and gas station at 6971 SW 24th St, Miami, FL 33155.

    Here's a vicinity map.  You'll notice that its not too far from the Tesla Coral Gables Service Center and the Miami - Dadeland Tesla Store.

    For a full-sized image of the map, right click on it and open it in a new tab.

    Here's a photo of the charging terminals under construction. There are a total of eight. They have a separate Coral Way entrance and exit from the rest of the store and they are located so as to minimize any chance of unintentional Icing.

    We haven't yet been able to locate the permit to get a better idea of whether or not this will be a version 3 Supercharger installation.

    Update as of October 23, 2019.

    Above is the main switchgear. 


    This appears to be the location were Tesla would set its Supercharger Cabinets. Unless there is another concrete pad with more conduits, it looks like that there are only two Supercharger Cabinets for 8 charging terminals. If true, that would suggest that this is a version 3 Supercharger installation.

    Update as of November 8, 2019.


    This photo shows the utility transformer in green to the center right.  I'm not sure if the green box to the left is also a utility transformer.  


    Updated as of January 24, 2020.

    Two version 3 Supercharger cabinets.



    The installation manual 



    It's good to see Miami-Dade on the job.



    It's hard to tell, but it appears that there are two utility transformers.

    Update as of January 29, 2020.

    I spoke with the General Manager of the Wawa located at 6971 Coral Way, Miami, FL 33155. He informs me the this version 3 Supercharger is operational.

    He also tells me that tommorrow, Thursday, January 30th, 2020 at 10:00 am, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony for the first version 3 Supercharger in the state.

    You are encouraged to attend.

    Kate Elliot, Regional Manager, Charging for Tesla along with Wally the Wawa mascot and David Prevost, Director of Store Operations, Wawa, conduct ribbon-cutting ceremony and first version 3 Supercharger in Florida.



    Lights on at the Supercharger!

    People living nearby are encouraged to visit the site and take high resolution photos of the your Tesla charging.

    Thanks.

    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

  • January 24, 2020 11:39 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New "Coming Soon" West Palm Beach Service at 5544 Okeechobee Blvd.

    For current status, please scroll to the bottom of this article.

    An article in the Palm Beach Post on August 16, 2018 indicates that the West Palm Beach Service Center and Store will be moving to a new larger location also in West Palm Beach.  The article doesn’t provide any target dates for occupancy. Here’s the relevant excerpt from the article:

    “Pebb [Enterprises] also just finished building Tesla’s new showroom and service center, at 5544 Okeechobee Blvd., just east of the Turnpike. The next step is interior construction of the electric car dealership, which will be a flagship Tesla location, one of a new breed of standalone Tesla centers being built. (The location will replace a small, out-of-the-way dealership and service center at 4651 Dyer Rd. in West Palm Beach. Tesla also has small showrooms at The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens and the Town Center mall in Boca Raton.)”

    The Dyer Road location mentioned in the news article currently remains open to support Certified Preowned Tesla operations.  The Supercharger Station collocated there is now used to support Dyer Road opperations and its location has been removed from the navigation systems of the Tesla owner fleet.

    There has been some speculation on online forums that this new Service Center location could also support the installation of a new public Supercharger Station which would be located less than a mile from the Florida Turnpike.  However, a new Supercharger Station was completed last December just 8 miles away from this future Service Center. (New “Coming Soon” West Palm Beach Supercharger Station discovered under construction [Now operational] (Public)  Therefore, it is unlikely that a public Supercharger Station will be collocated there.

    I’ve checked the public records to validate the news article. It is accurate. In July 2017 the property was purchased by Accelerated Investments from Schumacher Auto Group for $5,000,000.

    Shortly after Accelerated Investments purchased the property, they hired a Civil Engineering firm to draw up plans to demolish some buildings on the site, renovate others and do reworking of the site to remove asphalt and concrete in preparation of for repaving of parking. 

    For a full-sized image, right-click on the image below and open it in a separate tab.


    Accelerated Investments remains the owner of record. They have the same business address as Pebb Enterprises.

    Update as of April 28, 2019.

    Review of public building permit records show that an application for Tenant Build-Out (Tesla ) was applied for in September 2017. Then in May 2018 it was approved and immediately suspended by the permitting system, probably because a contractor hadn't been assigned to the project.  On November 2018 the application was voided for being inactive for more that 184 days. 

    Subsequently, in 2018 numerous permits were initiated by the owner of the property, Accelarated Investments, on behalf of various trades. Theses include interior demolition and alterations, electrical, roofing, fire alarms and sprinkers, landscaping, plumbing, lighting, irrigation, etc. This may have eliminated the need for the initial Tenant Build-Out permit application that was voided. Some permits were completed and some remain active.  Notably there are several active permits for Tesla signage, again confirming that Tesla is going to be the tenant.


    The absence of any Tesla signage on the building or on the front door suggests that Tesla has not yet taken control of the building to utilize approved signage permits. 


    A club member reports that the main electric meter was recently installed.  Prior to this permits were issued for temporary and emergency power to support construction activities.

    Update as of January 24, 2020.

    Service Center nears completion. 


     Tesla sign has been installed



    The contractor was was very accommodating in allowing photographs to be taken inside. He said that theyare expecting to open in the middle of February.




    In addition to the two destination chargers inside, there are six in the front parking lot. The contractor stated that he also had two superchargers to install but those where for internal use and not for the public.


    If you happen to live nearby, please periodically take high resolution photos through the windows and send them to me. Refer to my email address below.


    If you are interested in learning more about our club, please click on the "Home" link at the top of this page.  If you are interested in joining our club, please click on the "Join Us" link at the top of this page.


    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts


  • January 17, 2020 3:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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

    On February 14 and 21, 2019 Tesla filed for a permit application for an 8-stall Supercharger Station at the existing Wawa located at 7940 West Irlo Bronson Hwy Kissimmee, FL 34747.  Interestingly this Supercharger Station is not currently shown as "Coming Soon" on the Tesla Find Us map. This will be a Version 2 Supercharger installation.

    For full-sized images, right click on the image and open in a new tab.



    As the vicinity map above shows, the location is near the intersection of route #429 and route #192 and located near many of the Disney World theme parks.  

    The permit is on hold and is awaiting a Notice of Commencement.  It appears that the permitting authority requires a revision to the Site Development Plan before approving the building permit.

    Update as of June 7, 2019.

    The construction permit was issued on June 6, 2019.  We expect Tesla to break ground soon. 

    Update as of September 7, 2019

    Construction started in August, but little progress was made in September.  

    Start of charging terminal installation.

    The utility transformer and the switchgear have been installed.


    Update as of December 7, 2019.


    Four Supercharger Cabinets have been delivered to the site.  This confirms that it is a version 2 Supercharger installation.  The two smaller boxes appear to be autotransformers used to boost the voltage.

    Update as of December 13, 2019.


    The Supercharger Cabinets and autotransformers have been mounted on the concrete pad.

    Update as of December 28, 2019.


    The Supercharger terminals have been installed. 

    Update as of Janaury 6, 2020.

    The chainlink barriers have been removed and hopefully this Supercharger Station will be energized soon.


    The Supercharger Station has not been energized, but everything needed for operation appears to have been installed.

    Update as of January 8, 2020.


    Utility meter installed.



    Regarding this photo: The member of the Tesla Motors Club forum who took the picture reports, "The pedestals are lit up and holding down the button on the gun made the charge door open and then..... Nothing!"

    So, we are very close to this Supercharger Station being energized, but there are still some issues that need to be resolved.

    Update as of January 12, 2020.


    A better view of the main disconnect switch, Supercharger cabinets as autotransformers.

    Update as of January 14, 2020.

    The Kissimmee Supercharger Station is operational!


    Note the green status light.


    Although as of today the Kissimmee Supercharger Station is not displayed on the Find Us map on Tesla's website, more importantly your car's navigation system knows that it is operational.  However, there are really 8 charging terminals, not 5 as the navigation systems shows.



    There are 8 charging terminals at up to 150 kW each.

    Update as of January 17, 2020.


    A member of the Tesla Motors Club forum took this photo and reported that Supercharger terminals 3a and 3b were not lit up. the other six terminals were operational.  If you right click the above image and open it in a new tab you will see a full-sized image.  It shows the middle two terminals are not lit.

    Much thanks to those who sent me photos of this installation.


    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

  • January 12, 2020 9:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    On January 11, 2020, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts (FTE) also known as Tesla Owners Florida, hosted a public Tesla meetup at the Whispering Oaks Winery in Oxford. Also attending were many members of the newly formed local club, The Villages Tesla Owners Group, as well as the public.  We estimate that over 100 people attended and that there were more than 60 Teslas.


    Angelia Link, the organizer of this very successful event, is a resident of The Villages and is one of three Event Coordinators for FTE in the club’s Central Region. The Central Region has over 150 active members. Throughout the state FTE has more than 750 members in five regions. It is the only statewide Tesla club officially recognized by Tesla.


    Event Coordinator Angelia Link from The Villages on the right.  Assisting with our events is our Event Consultant Rachelle Stone on the left.

    Angelia, being a multi-tasker, also volunteered to organize a local group for Tesla owners living in The Villages. If you are an FTE member, living in The Villages, I encourage you to join the local group.  Likewise, if you are a member of the local group, we encourage you to join our statewide club.  Cross pollination is a good thing. (Refer to the links above.)

    Angelia put together an ambitious but well-organized program.

    It included:

    • a Villages club meeting in which, in addition to club business, Angelia asked me to describe the Florida Tesla Enthusiasts club to the local group.
    • a large display of Teslas of all types. We estimate that there were 60 or more Teslas, including a classic Roadster.
    • a meet and greet with the public in which FTE members were available to display their Teslas and answer any questions the public might have.
    • Official representatives from Tesla were available to provide test drives to the public.
    • a tour of the winery.
    • a complimentary glass of wine.
    • a delicious luncheon at a private pavilion.
    • a raffle for door prizes.
    • a presentation by Tesla Energy Advisor, Chris Knowles, discussing Tesla’s Solar Program.

    All-in-all it was a blast!

    About Whispering Oaks Winery

    Whispering Oaks Winery is located on a large farm in the rolling countryside less than 10 miles west of The Villages in Oxford.  They have 40,000 blueberry bushes on the farm and naturally they specialize in producing blueberry wines.

    I want to commend the winery for having installed eight Tesla Connectors as destination chargers. So, if you own a Tesla, the winery’s location is programmed into your navigation system.   

    They offer winery tours, wine tastings and have live entertainment every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

    On Friday and Saturday evenings, a steak dinner is served outdoors on their patio next to their open wood grill and Koi pond.

    As in our case, they cater private parties at their separate pavilion and bar.

    Here are some more photos: 

    (To view a full-size image of any photo in this article, right click on the image and open it in a new tab.)


    Working the registration desk to keep things organized.


    As an official sanctioned member of Tesla's Owners Club Program, our club has signed a licensing agreement with Tesla to legally use selected trademarked branding such as the top logo.




    Teslas as far as the eye can see!


    Here I am with my classic Roadster.


    Just kidding, here is the Real owner, Thi. 


    Have you ever heard of a V8 EV?  Well, here it is.


     Whispering Oak Winery  installed 8 Tesla Connectors for charging Tesla vehicles.


    With so many Teslas converging on this location in the country, having multiple Tesla Connectors came in handy.



    Winery tour by the owner Darryl Siemer.


    Live entertainment.



    Chris Knowles, Tesla Energy Advisor, providing a presentation regarding Tesla Solar.


    The next series of photos of smiling faces were taken at our private lunch in the pavilion.

    Event Coordinator Angelia Link addressing the group.

    You gotta start them young. ;-)

    The next series of photos are of the winners of the door prizes.


    Okay, if you are not a member of our club and you had the patience to scroll all the way down this far past all those photos, I feel your pain.  I know it must be like being forced to view your friends photos of their vacation.  :-(

    But, you have to admit that it sure looks like they all had a good time!  So, if you've gotten this far, why not go one step further and go to the top of the page and click on the "Join Us" link so your smiling face can be included in the next article. 

    Regards,

    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

  • January 10, 2020 4:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Photo credit:  David Lyons/South Florida Sun Sentinel

    Please scroll down to the bottom of the article for updated information.

    An article in the South Florida Sun Sentinel states that eight version 3 Supercharger terminals are being installed at a Wawa gas station and convenience store at 20 SW 12th Ave, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442.

    Tesla charging stations coming to local Wawa stores

    Here’s a vicinity map. (For a full-sized image, right click on the image and open it in a new tab.)


    Interestingly the Tesla Find Us map does not currently list a "Coming Soon" Deerfield Beach Supercharger Station. However, there is a "Coming Soon" Supercharger Station in Boca Raton about four miles away.  So, there is a chance that this installation is the "Boca Raton" Supercharger. 

    Update as of Jauary 10, 2020:

    As of the beginning of 2020, Tesla updated their Find Us map.  There now is a Deerfield Beach "Coming Soon" pin in the map and the Boca Raton pin remains as well. So apparently there are going to be two new Superchargers roughly 5 miles apart.

    I have located an approved permit application that confirms that there will be 8 Supercharger terminals, but the application does not provide details regarding the version of the Supercharger.  The Sun Sentinel reporter of the article linked above informed me that a Wawa corporate representative told him that this will be a version 3 Supercharger installation. We will need photos of the Supercharger cabinets to confirm the version. If there are only two Supercharger cabinets, then this will be a version 3 installation.

    Updated as of December 27, 2019.


    This appears to be a concrete pad for one Supercharger cabinet feeding four charging terminals.

    The white cabinet on the right is the main switchgear.  The concrete pad on the left appears to be for one more Supercharger cabinets feeding four more charging terminals. If there are two pads with a total of two Supercharger cabinets, that would indicated that this is a version 3 Supercharger installation.


    This is the concrete pad and conduits for the utility power transformer. 

    People living nearby are encouraged to visit the site occasionally, take high resolution photos of the construction progress, and forward them to me.

    Thanks.

    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

  • January 07, 2020 12:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please scroll down for the most current information.

    When Tesla's Find Us Map indicated that there would be a "Coming Soon" Supercharger Station at Ochopee along Alligator Alley, we knew that it would be at the Miccosukee Service Plaza, because frankly there's nothing else nearby. 

    Yesterday, I received the photo below, showing what appears to be the construction of the promised Supercharger Station.  My source told me that he had spoken with the the service plaza personnel and they said it was a Supercharger Station that should be completed in a few weeks. Whereas we are virtually certain that this is a Supercharger installation, nevertheless there aren't any Tesla specific markings yet.

    The Miccosukee Service Plaza is located on the Miccosukee Indian reservation. It's address is 47801 W State Rd 84, Ochopee, FL 34141.  It is strategically situated roughly halfway along Alligator Alley (I-75) at exit 49, Snake Road. It's 39 miles from the Plantation Superchargers and 61 miles from the Naples Superchargers.

    Its a basic service plaza with gasoline pumps, store, deli, large restrooms and picnic area.

    Here's a vicinity map. (For a full-sized image, right click on the image and open it in a new tab.)

    Update as of November 4, 2019.



    From the above photos we think that there may be 12 charging terminals.  In addition, there appears to be three separate groups of conduits coming up for the Supercharger cabinets.  If this is correct, it would suggest that this is a version 3 Supercharger installation.

    Update as of November 12, 2019.

    For a full-size image of the renderings below, right click on the image and open it in a new tab.




    A member of the Tesla Motors Club forum posted the above renderings of the future Miccosukee Service Plaza.  At the present we don't have any additional information regarding the expected completion date.  All we currently know is that the renderings were done by Burton Hersh Architects.

    Update as of November 21, 2019.

    Paving has gone in at this Supercharger Station.  These photos confirm that 12 charging terminals are being installed.


    Here I've zoomed in on the Supercharger concrete pads.  I believe that the pad to the left is for 3 Supercharger cabinets.  If so, that would confirm that this is a version 3 Supercharger installation.  Each version 3 Supercharger cabinet powers four charging terminals, so three cabinets would handle 12 charging terminals which is consistent with the number of spaces shown in the previous photos. The pad to the right is probably for the main switchgear.

    Update as of December 15, 2019.


    It looks like the three version 3 Supercharger Cabinets have been delivered to the site.  Note that they are larger than version 2 cabinets.


    Updated December 25, 2019.


    Version 3 Supercharger cabinets have been set on the concrete pad.

    Update as of January 7, 2020.


    It look like the utility power transformer has been installed.  It looks huge.  

    If you happen to be traveling along Alligator Alley, please make a point of stopping at exit 49, take some high resolution photos and forwarding them to me.

    Thanks.

    Larry Chanin

    President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

    Email: lfchanin@gmail.com

    Website: teslaownersflorida.org

    Facebook: Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

  • December 21, 2019 9:07 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Tuesday, December 17, 2019 a small group of club members met up at Cob & Pen for a Happy Hour gathering in Lakeland.

    We had a nice meeting over cocktails at the Lakeland Cob & Pen.  We had Jim, Sydney, Larry a Professor at Polk State and his wife, Bob and Rob.  We discussed the new Tesla truck coming out and how great the Tesla cars are.  Jim mentioned how he put in the Tesla solar panels and how well they were working.  He has a cool app to show how the power moves from the panels to the house and to Duke power when he has extra and how it has made his house and car energy independent.   Amazing.  Great time by all.  

    Merry Christmas.  


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