Electric Vehicle Fast-Charging Ports (per capita)

The graph displays the number of public fast-charging and level 2 ports for charging electric vehicles per 100,000 people in the selected states. Public level 2 ports are more common than fast-charging ports. While most vehicle charging currently occurs at home or at work, a network of public charging stations is necessary to enable long-distance travel and provide additional options for drivers without home charging. A single charging station may have multiple ports, allowing multiple vehicles to recharge simultaneously. AC Level 2 charging stations add 10 to 20 miles of driving range per 1 hour of charging.  DC fast charging stations add, on average, 60 to 80 miles of driving range per 20 minutes of charging.


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Source: DOE AFDC, 2020. U.S Census, 2019.

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50 States Comparison Scatterplot

Compare states using two sets of criteria. Hover over a state's data point to see how they compare to other states in the chosen criteria.

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