Number of Charging Stations In U.S. Increased To 48,000 (15,000 in California)
There are some 48,000 charging stations in the U.S. (AC Level II and DC fast chargers), out of which almost one third are located in California – more than 15,000.
According to the US DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy report, one third of states have more than 1,000 charging stations (with average of 11% for DC). Seven states are below 100 charging stations.
November 14, 2017: U.S. – 47,886 charging stations
TOP 3: California – 15,193, Texas – 2,544, Florida – 2,041
California leads the country with around 1,500 DC fast chargers (10% of total). There are also two states where DC chargers are at ≈0%.
“Note: Data are as of November 14, 2017. Includes public and private chargers, and the Tesla network. Does not include level I chargers or planned chargers.
Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Alternative Fuels Data Center, Alternative Fuel Station Locator, November 14, 2017.”
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