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Table F41: Estimated consumption of electricity by light-duty electric vehicles, 2022

Table F41: Estimated consumption of electricity by light-duty electric vehicles, 2022




State


Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) a


Battery electric vehicle (BEV) b


Total
Million kilowatthours
Alabama 8 12 20
Alaska 2 4 5
Arizona 34 103 136
Arkansas 4 6 9
California 574 1,272 1,846
Colorado 40 101 141
Connecticut 21 35 56
Delaware 4 8 12
Dist. of Col. 5 9 14
Florida 69 231 300
Georgia 28 81 109
Hawaii 9 29 38
Idaho 6 10 16
Illinois 49 107 156
Indiana 18 28 46
Iowa 10 10 20
Kansas 8 12 21
Kentucky 8 12 20
Louisiana 4 8 12
Maine 9 8 17
Maryland 36 69 106
Massachusetts 49 80 129
Michigan 48 56 103
Minnesota 24 44 68
Mississippi 3 4 6
Missouri 19 29 49
Montana 3 6 10
Nebraska 6 8 14
Nevada 14 48 62
New Hampshire 8 11 18
New Jersey 40 127 168
New Mexico 6 10 17
New York 93 138 231
North Carolina 30 66 96
North Dakota 1 1 2
Ohio 35 59 94
Oklahoma 19 23 42
Oregon 38 73 111
Pennsylvania 40 72 113
Rhode Island 5 6 11
South Carolina 10 18 28
South Dakota 2 2 4
Tennessee 16 34 50
Texas 67 202 268
Utah 17 44 61
Vermont 7 9 16
Virginia 34 76 110
Washington 54 162 216
West Virginia 2 3 5
Wisconsin 19 26 45
Wyoming 1 2 3

United States
1,657 3,594 5,252
aPlug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) is a vehicle that can both (1) plug into an electric power source and store
power in a battery pack and (2) use petroleum-based or other liquid- or gas-based fuel to power an Internal combustion
engine (ICE). Data include electricity consumption only and exclude gasoline consumption.
Notes: · All data are estimates based on experimental models. Data are for on-road, light-duty vehicles less than or
equal to 8,500 pounds only (passenger cars and light trucks). · Electric vehicle electricity end-use consumption is
included across multiple end-use sectors in electricity sales to ultimate customers and not discretely allocated to any of
the end-use sectors. · Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
bBattery electric vehicle (BEV) is an all-electric vehicle that receives power by plugging into an electric power source
and storing the power in a battery pack. BEVs do not use any petroleum-based or other liquid- or gas-based fuel during
operation.
Data Source: The estimates published in these tables are based on a model that uses administrative and third-party
data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S.
Department of Transportation, S&P Global Mobility, Wards Intelligence, Alliance for Automotive Innovation, Hedges & Co,
and Geotab. See full data disclaimer in the Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/
Where shown, (s) = value less than 0.05.