States with the most public EV charging outlets


Source: tesla.com

Below are the most recent numbers of public electric vehicle charging outlets (not stations), as of October 29, 2017. A minimum of 500 is required to included on the list.

Aside from California which far and away leads the list, the numbers are quite competitive. Even a geographically small state like Maryland ranks high on the chart at #11. The data are being constantly updated. For the freshest results, check out the website.

  1. California = 13,827
  2. Texas = 2,384
  3. Florida = 1,982
  4. Washington = 1,859
  5. Georgia = 1,748
  6. New York = 1,638
  7. Missouri = 1,508
  8. Massachusetts = 1,342
  9. Oregon = 1,253
  10. Colorado = 1,177
  11. Maryland = 1,156
  12. North Carolina = 984
  13. Arizona = 975
  14. Illinois = 959
  15. Tennessee = 953
  16. Virginia = 928
  17. Michigan = 919
  18. Kansas = 703
  19. Connecticut = 686
  20. Pennsylvania = 683
  21. Minnesota = 651
  22. Ohio = 609
  23. Nevada = 599
  24. Hawaii = 573
  25. New Jersey = 513

Source: https://www.afdc.energy.gov/fuels/stations_counts.html

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