Fastcharger - Columbia - Target - Columbia Mall

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This thread is for discussion of the Target - Columbia Mall fast charger

Provider: RIVIAN_ADVENTURE

Address: 2400 Bernadette Dr, Columbia, MO, 65203

GPS: 38.965077,-92.378358

Stalls: 6(CCS [200]:6)

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It is interesting that the site plan has been submitted (and I believe approved). However, no construction activity has ever occurred for the Rivian chargers.
 
I have no way to know for sure of course, but it's possible that they are aligning schedules with the utility's ability to provide a transformer/grid connection and are postponing committing hardware & performing site work until it lines up. This would be unlike most of the other CPOs (save Tesla) that seem to dig first, install equipment, and then let them site for a year while they wait for the transformer to show up.
 
I have an anonymous report that construction has started at this site, but I don't see any evidence posted either here or on Plugshare. If whoever submitted that would care to comment here with their information, please do so!
 
I am not the anonymous poster; however, I confirmed at noon today (4/3/2024) that construction has begun. Trenching and installing PVC conduit this morning. Nice addition to Columbia, MO. Less than 1/2 mile off I-70. Noralta Technologies is the construction manager.
 

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Columbia W&L made the connections on April 19. This station should be open some time in the next 10 days.PXL_20240421_141752336.jpg
 
An anonymous user submitted an update for this site to 300kW. I am not up on the status of RAN sites, but what is the power level of RAN sites these days? Are they actually doing 300kW?
 
An anonymous user submitted an update for this site to 300kW. I am not up on the status of RAN sites, but what is the power level of RAN sites these days? Are they actually doing 300kW?
20240517_181136.jpgRAN is opening the network this summer and it's dependent on these v2 chargers (?) which output 300kW. I was the anonymous poster.
 
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