elekTrond
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Pic: world's largest DCQC site + Tesla SuperChargers going offgrid

Tue Jun 13, 2017 2:24 pm

Anyone bigger? :ugeek: Imagine the solar roof over this spot. Plus a handful of PowerWall's to go with it. :mrgreen:

Image

Location: Nebbenes, Norway:
  1. Tesla Superladerstasjon Nebbenes, Eidsvoll
    • 20x 135 kW DC (Tesla SC)
  2. Fortum hurtigladestasjon Nebbenes Kro, Eidsvoll
    • 8x 50 kW QCDC
    • 4x 22(44?) kW semi-QC AC

Charger ID's:
https://m.ladestasjoner.no/charger/NOR_03535
https://m.ladestasjoner.no/charger/NOR_03536

From an article today in the Norwegian Teknisk Ukeblad:
https://www.tu.no/artikler/tesla-vil-ko ... tet/395830
// elekTrond von Norwegen - '13 mjau (int.eng.: miaow, mew, meow) reg 9/2012 - 750W@48V->52V BBS02

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Re: Pic: world's largest DCQC site + Tesla SuperChargers going offgrid

Tue Jun 13, 2017 4:25 pm

Wow!! Includes conventional BEVs as well as Teslas.
Great signage on the ground. Even with the backup camera and huge display, I'm appalled at the ineptness of some Tesla drivers when it comes to backing up to the charger. Tesla has now started locating many chargers in exposed locations so people can drive straight into a charging spot (the charge port is located on the left rear of the Tesla). Yes, future solar roofs will undoubtedly prove their long-term cost-effectiveness as well as providing sun/snow protection to the charging stations.
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Re: Pic: world's largest DCQC site + Tesla SuperChargers going offgrid

Wed Jun 14, 2017 12:30 am

Very impressive indeed.
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elekTrond
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Re: Pic: world's largest DCQC site + Tesla SuperChargers going offgrid

Wed Jun 14, 2017 2:26 am

The offgrid thing origins partly from people annoying Musk with coal-talk. I don't know about EU and USA, but in Norway we have a "power tax" for installations with high demand, like DCQC's. :? So why not combine the whole product range? ;)

I have seen a pic from an another regular DCQC with "drive through" mode as well. At least here in Norway an experienced EV "celebrity" dubbed TeslaBjørn haul big trailers around the country with his TMX. He has advocated for this type of layout. You can see why in the following clip:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akONJfTO2W8


He also does long 1000 km (650 mi) long trips with privately borrowed, regular budget EV's, just to share it with us. Well, he do combine it with Nimber tasks. Which is an another way to "help" people with bringing random stuff around for a penny. :lol: I've learned a lot from him about hypermiling, evaluating terrain and weather, calculating with "asian math" on the go and so on. :idea: :roll:

For a while, I've had an idea of collecting his long trip tests in a thread. Not sure if I should post them separately or together? Thoughts?

You should check out his channel.
https://www.youtube.com/user/bjornnyland/videos

I dig this one: Model X towing 2250 kg/5000 lb boat+trailer up the mountains
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=op2JZi7zMbM

Or what about this solar powered toolbox trailer?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34NwCEQtC1Y
// elekTrond von Norwegen - '13 mjau (int.eng.: miaow, mew, meow) reg 9/2012 - 750W@48V->52V BBS02

elekTrond
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Re: Pic: world's largest DCQC site + Tesla SuperChargers going offgrid

Wed Jun 14, 2017 3:59 am

// elekTrond von Norwegen - '13 mjau (int.eng.: miaow, mew, meow) reg 9/2012 - 750W@48V->52V BBS02

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