The project dubbed a Supercharger station and microgrid is set to be located close to Lost Hills off of Highway 46 near the junction with I-5 in Kern County, California. The plans include as many as 16 pull-through stalls and solar canopies to generate and store power. While the claim hasn’t been confirmed, it is expected to be the world’s largest Supercharger.
A total of 164 charging stalls are planned for the site, including 16 pull-through chargers and solar canopies above every parking stall. At the time of writing, there are currently 2,728 active Supercharger stations in the U.S. and approximately 3,004 across North America, according to supercharger.info. The development is a positive step towards clean energy and efficient charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.