US Charging Network Rankings

Charging Network Rankings By Total Number of Chargers & Locations

When combining the number of charger ports and locations across Level 1, Level 2, and DC fast chargers, ChargePoint ranks well above all other networks and is easily the largest US charging network with 48,946 charging ports at 15,454 site locations. ChargePoint charging ports account for 42.8% of all US public charging ports and 42.9% of all charging locations.

NetworkLevel 1 LocationsLevel 1 PortsLevel 2 LocationsLevel 2 PortsDCFC LocationsDCFC PortsTotal LocationsTotal Ports
ChargePoint Network15215714,155 47,114 1,147 1,675 15,454 48,946
Tesla 4,436 14,677 1,246 12,580 5,682 27,257
Non-Networked343984 4,924 10,519 605909 5,872 12,412
SemaConnect Network 1,908 5,802 1,908 5,802
Blink Network 1,340 3,158 76154 1,416 3,312
Electrify America134152717 3,112 851 3,264
EV Connect686 2,774 61183747 2,957
Greenlots821 2,309 279477 1,100 2,786
Volta913 2,199 1819931 2,218
EVgo Network295464849 1,711 1,144 2,175
POWERFLEX336263536631
FCN2985114545143630
OpConnect12381425631528169629
FLO25944012260442
EVCS211413017551316
LIVINGSTON2918829188
AMPUP114217443175
Webasto59605656115116
EVGATEWAY188132921110
ZEFNET4824612
FPLEV210210
CHARGELAB3535
Electrify Canada1212

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US DC Fast Charging Networks — Ranked as of December 31, 2021

Below is a sortable table of the major EV charging networks in the US with the number of DC fast chargers (ports) for each, their percent of the total number installed, and their ranking. This data is sourced from the Alternative Fuels Data Center as of December 31, 2021.

As you can see, the Tesla Supercharge network dominates the US DC fast charging landscape and accounts for 58% of the 21,676 installed fast chargers. When adding the next three largest DC fast charging networks (Electrify America, EVgo, and ChargePoint) — the top four networks account for 88% of all DC fast chargers in the US.

RankCharging NetworkDC Fast Chargers (ports)% of Total
1Tesla 12,580 58.0%
2Electrify America 3,112 14.4%
3EVgo Network 1,711 7.9%
4ChargePoint Network 1,675 7.7%
5Non-Networked9094.2%
6Francis Energy5452.5%
7Greenlots (Now Shell Recharge)4772.2%
8EV Connect1830.8%
9EVCS1750.8%
10Blink Network1540.7%
11Webasto560.3%
12EVGATEWAY290.1%
13OpConnect280.1%
14Volta190.1%
15FPLEV100.0%
16POWERFLEX50.0%
17ZEFNET40.0%
18Electrify Canada20.0%
19FLO20.0%

US Level 2 Charging Networks — Ranked as of December 31, 2021

Of the 91,539 Level 2 charging ports deployed in the US as of December 31, 2021 — ChargePoint dominated with 51.5% and 47,114 charging ports.  Tesla’s Destination Charging network (located mostly at hotels, resorts, and restaurants) was a distant second with 14, 677 Level 2 chargers and 16% market share.

RankNetworkLevel 2 Ports% of Total
1ChargePoint Network 47,114 51.5%
2Tesla Destination 14,677 16.0%
3Non-Networked 10,519 11.5%
4SemaConnect Network 5,802 6.3%
5Blink Network 3,158 3.4%
6EV Connect 2,774 3.0%
7Greenlots (Now Shell Recharge) 2,309 2.5%
8Volta 2,199 2.4%
9POWERFLEX6260.7%
10OpConnect5630.6%
11eVgo Network4640.5%
12FLO4400.5%
13LIVINGSTON1880.2%
14AMPUP1740.2%
15Electrify America1520.2%
16EVCS1410.2%
17FCN850.1%
18EVGATEWAY810.1%
19Webasto600.1%
20ZEFNET80.0%
21CHARGELAB50.0%

Notes

1)  Locations: Number of sites where 1 or more charging outlets exists. Source: Alternative Fueling Station Locator– as of December 31, 2021.

2) Ports: Number of individual charging connectors which can charge an EV simultaneously. In some cases charging hardware has more than one connector (port) per charging station but may or may not be able to charge simultaneously. Most of the charging networks now report the number of ports as those which can charge simultaneously. Meaning a DC fast charger that has two connectors, for example, CCS and CHAdeMO, but can only charge one EV simultaneously is counted as “1” port and not “2” ports. Source: Alternative Fueling Station Locator – as of December 31, 2021.