Friday, March 29, 2013

New Chargers Added 24 hours to Friday, March 29th, 2013

Plugshare now lists (My Addition) a total of 16,198 Stations

They use dynamic tracking to add new - and remove redundant, or test stations, but for those that are dropped, or removed, it is done manually, so simply adding in the new additions - does not equal the total numbers, and sometimes - new additions are listed - but need to have their duplicate entries purged. They List 16,220 Stations. I have not listed all duplicate stations and they may not have purged them yet.

Over the last 24 hours - there have been 8 New Public Chargers added to the PlugShare network, plus 37 New Photos, and 5 New home stations being shared. BC Lead the way on the most new listings! 

Two of the Public Chargers should likely be listed as Restricted - to eBikes Only, due to their description with such information!.

The additions tracked are: 

  • New Public Chargers Added = 8
  • New Restricted Stations added = 0
  • New Photos Added = 37
  • New Home Stations Shared = 5

81 People Checked into Public EV Chargers today. Few Chargers added, Fewer public uses - a bit quieter day - but still not so bad!

The last item counted today - was 'Big Mel Checked in at Coquitlam Centre Mall'

Special thanks to scott, NEMA 14, Tesla HPWC - Model S (Dyke, VA), Jason, Wall Outlet (Columbus, OH), Neilesh, EV Plug (Washington, DC), Yamato Rehab, EV Plug (Boca Raton, FL),   for sharing their Home stations access with us today!

New Public Stations today, by Name & Location:
  1. Fraser Valley Regional District (Firehall), EV Plug, Chilliwack, BC
  2. Guildford Condo, EV Plug, Surrey, BC
  3. Kohl's, #1264, EV Plug, Milton, GA
  4. Walmart, Wall Outlets, Goderich, ON
  5. Port Albert - Convenience Store, Wall Outlet, Port Albert, ON
  6. Mitchel's Farm, Wall Outlet (eBikes Only), Saanichton , BC
  7. Safeway, Wall Outlets, Sidney, BC
  8. Band Shell by Fish Market, Wall Plugs (eBikes Only), Sidney, BC
A Bit fewer Chargers installed today, but more Pictures added and more use today, compared to yesterday.

Anyone out there beat Tesla Yet? This Video doesn't think so:

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