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    Quote Originally Posted by dmckinstry View Post
    That's my worry. Those of us in the PNW have no way (using superchargers) of going east without first heading to so. CA.
    Yeah, Idaho and Montana currently suck for juice right now. Otherwise I would have headed more east over July 4th instead of stopping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianman View Post
    Yeah, Idaho and Montana currently suck for juice right now. Otherwise I would have headed more east over July 4th instead of stopping.
    We could get surprises along the I-90 corridor since TMC has low scouting density there. Coeur d'Alene has a Coming Soon page, Sheridan WY has a site selected (but we don't know where) and Gillette WY probably isn't far behind. That will leave a handful through Montana to connect the ends.

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    The screen on Tuesday, July 8, 2014. Saw Franz walk right past me as I was taking this shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emupilot View Post
    We could get surprises along the I-90 corridor since TMC has low scouting density there. Coeur d'Alene has a Coming Soon page, Sheridan WY has a site selected (but we don't know where) and Gillette WY probably isn't far behind. That will leave a handful through Montana to connect the ends.
    Don't forget Bozeman along I-90...

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    The screen on Tuesday, July 8, 2014. Saw Franz walk right past me as I was taking this shot.
    Notice the North American Total of 102; probably because the 3 Connecticut doublets are counted as 2 each instead of 1 each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottonwood View Post
    Don't forget Bozeman along I-90...

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    Notice the North American Total of 102; probably because the 3 Connecticut doublets are counted as 2 each instead of 1 each.
    Its kind of odd that they don't consistently count the same. This dashboard vs the website. I'm a big fan of consistency.

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    7.6 terawatt hours.

    Wow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scaesare View Post
    7.6 terawatt hours.

    Wow.
    Actually, I believe you are 10^3 off. 1 million kWh is 1 gigaWatt-hour. Therefore, the total is 7.6 gigaWatt-hr. At an average cost of $0.14/kWh, that is about a million dollars of electricity, approximately the equivalent of 11 Model S's or 7 Supercharger sites.

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    I see 30 locations on the coming soon map Supercharger | Tesla Motors and only 19 of those mapped on Superchargers

    So there should be 11 more in construction and or permitting that we don't have marked.

    1 in Montana
    4 in Canada (+ 2 marked as coming)
    2 in Florida (+ 1 marked as permitting that isn't on the coming soon page)
    1 in Georgia (+ 1 marked as coming)
    -1 in Tennessee (Chattanooga isn't on coming soon page but is expected to go live in August)

    I don't even want to try and count all the ones in the southwest (Utah, Arizona, California) or figure out the states for the east coast corridor (South Carolina to Maine)

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    it sounds like the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe is going to be getting a supercharger (as well as a 1 million dollar donation for Elon)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rifleman View Post
    it sounds like the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe is going to be getting a supercharger (as well as a 1 million dollar donation for Elon)
    A little off the typical travel path, Wardenclyffe - Google Maps, and not exactly a place to hang out for now. From Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe The History of Wardenclyffe:

    At present, Wardenclyffe and the property it sits on is an active industrial cleanup and reconstruction site, one which poses potentially hazardous conditions. For safety reasons and to protect its historical integrity, TSC will keep the site closed for the foreseeable future, except for scheduled work and for occasional events. However, visitors can see the Tesla statue from New York 25A, behind which one can see the large octagonal foundation of Tesla’s former transmission tower and the brick laboratory building designed by Stanford White.
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