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2022 Is Shaping Up Great For Wisconsin Tesla Superchargers

Wisconsin is getting a nice solid number of new Tesla Superchargers in 2022. With 28 new stalls already operational and 64 stalls under construction or permit! 🙂

A supercharger was installed last year on Madison’s west side and a downtown station at S Livingston but now we are seeing more charging capacity and gaps being filled all across Wisconsin.

  • Glendale, WI (Under Construction)
    • 12 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Minocqua, WI (Under Construction)
    • 8 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Fitchburg, WI (Permit)
    • 16 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Elkhorn, WI (Permit)
    • 12 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Greenfield, WI (Permit)
    • 12 Supercharger Stalls @ 250KW
  • Fond du Lac, WI (Permit)
    • 12 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Janesville, WI (Now Open!)
    • 8 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Sturgeon Bay, WI (Now Open!)
    • 8 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Lake Delton, WI (Now Open!)
    • 12 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW
  • Marinette, WI (Now Open!)
    • 8 Supercharger Stalls @ 250kW

Marinette Supercharger will help breakup 109 miles between the charger in Green Bay and Escanaba. It is located behind a hotel near a Target store.  

Ekhorn Supercharger is near the current Lake Geneva, WI location, but this new location will benefit drivers traveling from Beloit to Milwaukee.

As part of Milwaukee’s expansion, Greenfield & Glendale Superchargers will help to increase the city’s capacity. I was surprised Madison surpassed Milwaukee to be honest.

Minocqua Supercharger is going to be huge for traveling Northern Wisconsin!

Waunakee’s new HyVee grocery store may bring a HyVee to its parking lot, but it’s hard to predict for sure. Highway 19 travelers would benefit, but it might be too far from a major highway for it to be justified. Current West Side & East Side locations in Madison have Tesla Superchargers, however Fitchburg location does not. We will soon have a 16-stall Fitchburg location! 🙂  

It may seem nonsense if you don’t own a Tesla or own another brand of EV, but soon enough Tesla will open up their network to all carmakers.

By Graydon Schwartz

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