See The World’s Largest Tesla Supercharger: Video

JAN 17 2019 BY MARK KANE 8

50 Supercharging stands

The largest Tesla Supercharging stations around the world have 50 stalls – there are only three such stations installed, all in China (two in Beijing and one in Shanghai). The biggest stations in the U.S. are 40-stall and there are just five of them.

Here we have video from the Shanghai, Lilacs International Com. Center, China where 50 Superchargers have been available since October 2017.

The underground station was visited and presented Vincent Yu:

“Tesla world biggest Supercharging Station in Lilacs International Commercial centre, Shanghai China. It comes with 50 stalls in this location. In this trip to Shanghai, I am able to see many Tesla on the road in here, and this gorgeous Tesla Supercharging station here is definitely a “must” for local users. Enjoy the video and please remember to subscribe my YouTube channel. Thank you!”

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Zero in use???

maybe Vincent having jetlag, and this is night time

Seems kind of empty.

Cool. Looks like it hasn’t been put into service yet. All the cones at the spots. Or does one remove a cone when wishing to charge?

Nope. The article says it’s been open since October 2017.

“Here we have video from the Shanghai, Lilacs International Com. Center, China where 50 Superchargers have been available since October 2017.”

This supercharger installation is for me one of the most “FUN”.

Indoor installations provide a somewhat special challenge in that the roughly otherwise 100 ton additional air conditioning load from the supercharger bays is presumably sent DIRECTLY into an exhaust system where the high temperature air may be economically dispelled. The heat coming from the cars is a bet more of a challenge since it may not be immediately quarantined – but -in any event this installation has a nice professional layout and installation- even with color – coordinated switchgear .

I like the contrasting red color of the overhead pipes. In the U.S., I bet those Tesla cones would last two, maybe three days before they were all stolen.

You could also argue the photo is prior to opening, but the date of the article makes the headline correct…