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Let us be thankful for the EA and EVgo supercharger networks

Electrify America's 350kWh-150kWh network is just about all built out now rivaling Tesla's Super Charger network.

Phase II completed this year will get some "out of the way spots" done like NW OR/SW WA coast areas.

https://www.electrifyamerica.com/our-plan/

On top of that EVgo and GM announced a partnership for 2,700 more super chargers.

"GM and EVgo Partner to Add 2,700 New Fast Chargers Over the Next Five Years"

https://evadoption.com/gm-and-evgo-partner-to-add-2700-new-fast-chargers-over-the-next-five-years/

Now if Tesla will get over itself and give Tesla owners the CCS adapter so many owners are asking for, we'll be on charger heaven.

https://forums.tesla.com/discussion/179003/we-need-a-north-america-ccs-to-tesla-adaptor
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  • Even now, Tesla owners can use the 50kW smaller EA and EVgo chargers if the Tesla owners have the Chademo adapter.

    https://imgur.com/QkrFZQU

    https://imgur.com/u8poR6R

    https://imgur.com/jreKMAi
  • Elon would be much better off if he would only listen to FishEV.
  • Now if Tesla will get over itself and give Tesla owners the CCS adapter so many owners are asking for, we'll be on charger heaven.-fish

    Thought you were making this yourself. You said it was easy and profitable. Or was it some Korean group that was going to make one.

    Let me get this straight: what autonomy level a car is according to some standard is super important, but a standard that prohibits adapters is not so important?

    One is about semantics while the other is about melting adapters.
  • @Bighorn yikes. But giving fish the benefit of the doubt, perhaps electrify america works well in the 51st and 52nd states. https://forums.tesla.com/discussion/comment/2033087/#Comment_2033087
  • Just more spam trying to sell suckers on EA so the minimum number of compliance vehicles can be dumped on the unsuspecting public.

    EA's CCS is a total failure by design. Every EV in the USA that has gone with CCS has failed in the marketplace, which makes the dealers happy and the carmakers happy who really want to cling on to ICE for as long as possible.
  • @FISHEV But why do you care? I thought you've had nothing but problems with your M3 and will soon be "upgrading" to Ford Mache.
  • Electrify America's 350kWh-150kWh network is just about all built out now rivaling Tesla's Super Charger network.-fish

    As usual, fish doesn’t know the difference between energy and power.
  • > @jallred said:
    > As usual, fish doesn’t know the difference between energy and power.

    Yea, no one is going very far on a charger that can only supply 350kWh.
  • Maybe it’s a battery swapping station. Did you ever think about that? 😂
  • How many hours per hour?
  • > @Bighorn said: > You can't depend on Electrify America charging stations to get you anywhere.”

    Good news. That’s bunk by someone who has never used an EA charger.

    Those of us who do use EA chargers, even if we are limited to the 50kW stall, know that EA and EVgo are as dependable as Tesla.

    The small 5 x 150kW Dalles SC was full with a line, luckily the EA 4 x 350-50kW in Hood River was open and I was able to cruise on down and charge there.

    Always able to charge at EA in the real world, fanbois world, well who knows what goes on there.
  • Somebody has reading comprehension problems. Fish should understand when someone quotes someone else since that’s about all he ever does.
  • > @GHammer said: Still cant go skiing in central Oregon. “

    EA charging station in Bend should be open any day now.
  • > @FISHEV said:
    > EA charging station in Bend should be open any day now.
    >
    Nice cherry picking from a larger post. When this opens will that make the network "rival" Tesla's?
  • Chargepoint has four fast DC chargers in Bend already.
  • > @FISHEV said:
    > Chargepoint has four fast DC chargers in Bend already.

    And how does that help EA rival Tesla?
  • edited November 2020
    > @Bighorn said:
    > Maybe it’s a battery swapping station. Did you ever think about that? 😂

    I always thought they must be single-use-stations.
  • > @FISHEV said:
    > Chargepoint has four fast DC chargers in Bend already.

    Also, read my post about experience with Chargepoint.
    https://forums.tesla.com/discussion/179124/we-are-thankful-for-real-supercharger-network-instead-of-junky-ea-scams
  • > @GHammer said:> Nice cherry picking from a larger post. When this opens will that make the network "rival" Tesla's?”

    Unlike yourself, I speak to what I know for a fact from actual usage.

    Chargepoint has 4 now and EA is adding in North Bend and 4 more at the Walmart in South Bend.
  • edited November 2020
    @ghammer, the fish claimed entitlement to "alternative facts."

    https://i.imgur.com/s7lEy5c.png

    His own mostly made-up experience is his only standard.
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