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chuq

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  1. I notice that ABRP uses supercharge.info for Tesla supercharger data. 150 kW status is only really visible on the in-car nav (not on the Tesla website map, for example) so supercharge.info relies on people checking stations near them and reporting the speed rating. Many superchargers in the western half of North America have been updated but not eastern North America, or other continents. From the editor who updated these "Most of those that are still 120 kW are on the original transcontinental route through Minnesota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, and a few of the really early west coast ones which haven't been upgraded since (Folsom, etc.)" If any Tesla owners want to check their in-car navigation system and provide a list of locations which report back as 150 kW, I can get them updated.
  2. Here in Australia we have been slow on the takeup of EVs, but now there are several networks popping up. However apart from the Tesla superchargers, none of them appear in ABRP. I've added a couple of stations near me to OpenChargeMap, but I'd like to contact the networks that operate them, to ask them to make their location information available in a format that is useful to OCM and ABRP. A couple of questions: 1) What is easier for ABRP? For the data to be provided to OCM (and then ABRP gets it from there) or to be provided to ABRP directly? 2) What do I need to tell these organisations? What formats etc? (Bearing in mind I'm as much a stranger to these organisations as I am to ABRP - I can't get the data myself or help test.) The organisations (all in Australia) are: - Queensland Electric Super Highway - a government funded and operated network of 18 DC fast chargers (50 kW) in Queensland. - NRMA Electric Vehicle network - a state motoring organisation which is funding and operating over 40 DC fast chargers (50 kW) in New South Wales (12 built so far) - Chargefox - a charge network operator which, as well as already operating many AC and 50kW DC chargers, is building a network of 22 ultra-rapid (350 kW) charging sites across the country (3 built so far) - Evie Networks - a charge network operator which hasn't built anything yet, but are also planning ultra-rapid (350 kW) charging sites across the country
  3. Hello, new ABRP forum user here (but not a new ABRP user!) This is pretty awful behaviour from Plugshare. Most of their data is crowd-sourced and given to them for free. 😞
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