Gas & EV Stations in the US
The number of gasoline filling stations in the US and the number of electric vehicle charging stations over time, preferably the last decade.
- In 1994, the US had more than 202,800 gas stations.
- This chart has the number of gas stations in the US from 1994 to 2004. The chart revealed that there were 168,000 gas stations as of 2004.
- In 2007, the "Census Bureau counted 118,756 gas stations in the United States."
- Based on data provided by the US Census Bureau, there were 114,533 gas stations in the US in 2012.
- In 2013, there were 112,500 gas stations in the US. By 2014, this reduced to 111,600. It stayed the same in 2015, and decreased even more to 111,100 in 2016.
- Please see these charts for the above figures.
ELECTRIC VEHICHLE STATIONS
- Between 1989 to 2000, there were no public electric vehicle stations in the US.
- By 2002 to 2009, there were less than 500 public electric vehicle charging stations in the US.
- In 2012, the US had about 2,000 electric vehicle charging stations. In 2014, it rapidly increased to over 6,000 public electric vehicle stations.
- In 2017, the US had only 15,949 public electric vehicle charging stations with 43,000 connectors
- By the end of 2018, the US had 20,021 electric vehicle charging stations and 57,187 charging outlets.
- California, Florida, Texas, New York, and Washington have the highest number of public electric vehicle charging stations.
- A chart with the above figures can be found here or here.
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