Charging Statistics By State - September 31, 2021
As of September 31, 2021 there were 2,147,070 electric vehicles (BEV and PHEV) in the United States and 109,307 charger ports. The following table shows the number of charger ports, EVs sold in the US through September 31, 2021, and the ratio of EVs to charger ports per state and the District of Columbia.
The median ratio was 14.2 EVs to ports, with Wyoming having the best (lowest) ratio at 4.2 to 1 and New Jersey had the worst (highest) at 41.7 to 1.
1) Ports: Number of individual charging plugs, sockets, connectors. While some DC fast chargers have multiple connectors/cables — the majority of the charging networks report this data to the AFDC as a single”port” ability to charge at one time. Alternative Fueling Station Locator As of September 31, 2021.
2) Cumulative EVs (BEV and PHEV) 2011 to September 2021 – Source: Alliance for Automotive Innovation (2021). Advanced Technology Vehicle Sales Dashboard. Data compiled by the Alliance for Automotive Innovation using information provided by IHS Markit (2011–2018, Nov 2019–2021) and Hedges & Co. (Jan 2019–Oct 2019)., Advanced Technology Vehicles Sales Dashboard)