The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) publishes the total number of registered light-duty electric vehicles (EV) and EV charging infrastructure in the United States and in each state.
Annual data on the total number of registered light-duty battery electric, plug-in hybrid, and hydrogen fuel cell EVs and their combined percentage share of total registered light-duty vehicles are published in the Monthly Energy Review (MER) Table 1.9 [(PDF) (XLS) (CSV)].
Annual and monthly data on EV charging infrastructure are in MER Appendix F on a national level and state level (xls). Appendix F includes microdata and documentation for the data compilation methodology and data sources.
Historical, state-level data on the number of registered light-duty battery electric and plug-in hybrid EVs and their combined percentage share of total light-duty vehicles are in the State Energy Data System (SEDS) in XLS and CSV files and in a zipped file. In the files, see the worksheet MSN to find the EV-related data in the data worksheet.
Historical annual data for 2002 through 2017 are also available on the number of alternative fuel vehicles (AFV) in inventory for four types of vehicle fleets and the supply of AFVs including electric, hydrogen fueled, gasoline-electric hybrid, and diesel-electric hybrid vehicles.
Other sources of data include:
Last updated: January 19, 2024.