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Tesla Supercharger Network Growth In Real Time — Watch Growth With This Interactive Map

Interested in keeping track of the rapid growth of Tesla’s Supercharger network in real time? (Well, almost real time.) Now you can — with the use of an interactive map that you can find at


The map is something of an improvement over the one that Tesla itself currently has up — the map at shows Supercharger stations that are currently under construction, and also those that have been permitted but haven’t begun development yet.

The map includes all of the stations in all of the regions where Tesla is currently active — North America, Western Europe, and Eastern Asia.

Interestingly (and usefully), you can “overlay circles surrounding the stations up to 300 miles (483 kilometers) in distance” — thus allowing you to see which stations you could potentially reach from wherever it is that you currently are.


Sustainnovate provides more:

The interactive map also lets you have a bit of fun marvelling at the fast growth of the various Tesla Supercharging networks. If you click the “Way Back” option, it shoots you back to September 2012 and then slowly brings you forward in time, showing you when various Supercharger stations went online.

As I write this, the map also tells me that there are 209 Supercharging stations online (which seems accurate, as Tesla announced the opening of its 200th station about one and a half weeks ago).

You can also look at all sorts of data, graphs, and charts. It’s a wonderful contribution created by Tesla forum member BlueShift.



All in all, a pretty nice service — especially considering that it’s completely free. Check it out.

Image Credits: Screen Captures via Sustainnovate

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