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Electric Vehicle Public Charging Stations in the United States: 2019

Figure

Map of the U.S. showing electiric vehicle charging stations as of 2019

Notes:

DCFC—Direct current fast chargers refers to the voltage that the electric vehicle charger uses (3-phase 480-volt AC electric circuit but
delivers direct current (DC) to the vehicle volts). Generally, runs 60-80 miles of driving range per hour of charge. Level 2—Level 2 charging refers to the voltage that the electric vehicle charger uses (240 volts). Generally, runs 10-20 miles of driving range per hour of charge.

Description:

This map is included in the Transportation Statistics Annual Report 2020 publication. 

Source:

U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Atlas Database (NTAD), Alternative Fueling Stations dataset based on Alternative Fuels Data Center, available at https://data-usdot.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/alternative-fueling-stat... as of January 2020.