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Table 7-1: Alternative Fuel Stations by State, October 2016

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Total Public and Private Alternative Fueling Station Counts

State E85-ethanol Electric vehicle recharging outlets Compressed and liquefied natural gas
Alabama 29 207 34
Alaska 0 5 1
Arizona 26 988 44
Arkansas 44 87 17
California 117 13,324 359
Colorado 88 930 46
Connecticut 4 592 20
Delaware 1 66 1
District of Columbia 4 241 3
Florida 77 2,059 60
Georgia 54 1,430 53
Hawaii 2 551 1
Idaho 6 117 16
Illinois 265 1,087 57
Indiana 200 381 37
Iowa 212 191 10
Kansas 21 710 21
Kentucky 73 163 12
Louisiana 11 151 24
Maine 0 173 2
Maryland 34 1,081 17
Massachusetts 7 1,219 19
Michigan 246 1,101 27
Minnesota 309 643 25
Mississippi 3 59 9
Missouri 92 1,015 23
Montana 2 74 1
Nebraska 80 90 12
Nevada 20 470 9
New Hampshire 0 177 3
New Jersey 5 494 28
New Mexico 10 135 15
New York 79 1,595 114
North Carolina 59 978 43
North Dakota 43 9 0
Ohio 149 483 63
Oklahoma 29 101 120
Oregon 10 1,243 20
Pennsylvania 42 653 72
Rhode Island 0 200 5
South Carolina 68 352 13
South Dakota 75 40 1
Tennessee 77 1,009 24
Texas 194 2,300 147
Utah 2 291 98
Vermont 1 350 3
Virginia 22 890 24
Washington 21 1,771 27
West Virginia 11 90 4
Wisconsin 158 428 60
Wyoming 10 61 13
Totals by fuel 3,092 42,855 1,857

NOTE: Shading denotes major corn-belt states.

SOURCES: U.S. Department of Energy, Alternative Fuels Data Center, Alternative Fueling Station Counts (as of 10/24/2016), available at http://www.afdc.energy.gov/fuels/stations_counts.html as of October 2016.

Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017