Tesla and convenience store chain Wawa are expanding to over 30 Supercharger stations - Electrek
Tesla has been partnering with specific companies in its Supercharger network expansion, and convenience store and fuel-station chain Wawa has been one of its biggest partners in the US.
Now Wawa says that they are doubling their locations with Tesla Superchargers to over 30 stores.
Tesla already has Supercharger stations at 16 Wawa stores on the east coast since they started installing the charging stations at their locations in August 2017:
Riviera Beach (West Palm Beach)
That’s 16 Supercharger stations in two years, and now they are talking about doubling the deployment by the end of next year.
A Wawa spokesperson confirmed to the Inquirer:
“Lori Bruce, a spokesperson for Wawa, said the company now has 16 stores with Tesla Superchargers with plans to double that by the end of 2020. Wawa’s newest store planned with Tesla Superchargers is being built on Route 73 in Maple Shade, next to Uno Pizzeria & Grill. Bruce said it’s projected to open by December.”