The median EPA range for all-electric cars in the U.S. increased for the 2018 model year by almost 10% year-over-year.
The U.S. average growth rate for PEV per capita in the years 2016-2017 is 30.2%. Three states (Vermont, Maryland, Massachusetts) are above 50%.
According to the US DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, the highest number of plug-in electric cars per 1,000 people in the U.S. was in...
The 2017 American Housing Survey reveals that about two-thirds (66%) of all occupied housing units in the U.S. had a garage or carport.
Thank to the Tesla Factory in Fremont, California is one of over 10 U.S. states where cars are produced in volume. Michigan leads with output of over 2 million...
Over 60% of charging stations in the U.S. are under the control of four charging networks - ChargePoint, Tesla, Blink, and SemaCharge.
According to US DOE, between December 2010 and July 2018, most of the plug-in electric cars sold in the U.S. are battery electric.
The study shows that 77%-82% of energy put into BEV is used to move the car down the road. That is despite about 16% being lost during charging
Electric vehicles are more efficient than internal combustion engine vehicles, but how big savings can be worked out? The Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable...
According to the Office Of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, plug-in electric vehicles consumed nearly 2 TWh (2,000 GWh) of electricity last year.
The plug-in electric vehicles in the U.S. are displacing more and more gasoline consumption. In 2017 some 216 million gallons of gasoline were displaced by plug-ins.
Most of the plug-in electric cars sold in the U.S. are also produced in the U.S. - around 65%, according to the U.S. DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency...
Thanks to generous incentives and size of the market, China quickly become largest market for plug-in electric cars. In terms of market share, China was at 2.3...
Electric cars improve every year and range is higher in new models by a significant amount (on average) from 2011 to the 2017 model year.
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 in California - more than 15,000.
The US DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy has compared electric vehicle power draw to some common electric appliances
The DOE’s presents a unique way to look at the adoption of EV in the US, by charting plug-in vehicles relative to the population by state
An average electric vehicle consumes some 2,800 kWh every year (for 9,697 miles of travel), less than water heating, 2X a refrigerator