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70% Of Electrify America’s US DC Fast Chargers Are 150 kW

Across the 2,193 Electrify America “corridor/market” DC fast chargers located throughout the US (but excluding California sites), 1,527 or 69.6% of the total at the end of 2021 were 150 kW chargers, according to analysis of the April 30, 2022 Electrify America 2021 Report to the US EPA by EVAdoption.

Tesla Accounted for 65% of California Q1 2022 EV Registrations

Despite a number of new BEVs and PHEVs being introduced by other automakers, Tesla continues to dominates EV sales in California accounting for 65.3% of BEV and PHEV registrations in Q1 2022 (January 1 – March 31, 2022), according to analysis by EVAdoption from California Energy Commission (2022) data.


BEV Batteries Average 83 kWh Versus 15 kWh For PHEVs

Across the BEVs currently available (or that will be in the next few months) in the US, they average (mean) 82.8 kWh and the median battery size is 78 kWh. For PHEVs, the mean battery size is 14.9 kWh and median is 14 kWh and mean range is 28.4 miles (EPA) of range versus 285.4 miles of range for BEVs.

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US DC Fast Chargers Increased 24% in 2021 Vs. 2020

The number of DC fast chargers (ports) grew by more than 4,200, an increase of 24 percent at the end of 2021 versus year-end 2020, according to new EVAdoption, LLC analysis based on Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) data.

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EVs Using the CHAdeMO Connector Have the Best EV to Charger Ratio in the US

When looking at the ratio of the total sales from 2010 to 2021 of the Nissan LEAF and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (the two CHAdeMO using EVs available in the US) to the number of DC fast chargers in the US, drivers of these CHAdeMO-using EVs actually have the best ratio of vehicles to chargers at 31 EVs to 1 DC fast charger.

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How Many EVs Does GM Actually Have in the Pipeline for the US Market?

If you include BrightDrop, GM’s electric delivery van division, GM could have11 BEVs available in 2025. This estimate assumes that both the Bolt EV and EUV will have been discontinued by then and that at least one as of yet unconfirmed new BEVs — an electric Cadillac Escalade — will reach dealers by 2025.