Maryland Ranks 9th Nationally in EV Charging Rollout

In a report released last month, Maryland ranks 9th nationally in EV charging stations per 100,000 residents. 

The race is on to buildout a national electric vehicle (EV) charging network. In a report released in November, Maryland ranks 9th out of all 50 states. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law enacted in 2021 will invest $7.5 billion in a national network of electric vehicle charging stations, with a goal of building 500,000 chargers by 2030. (CoPilot)

Maryland ranks ninth nationally for EV charges, both in the number of EV chargers per 100,000 people (56.4) and the total number of EV charges installed (3,416). Vermont is the top leader in EV chargers per 100,000 people with 139.7

Maryland Breakdown: 

  • EV chargers per 100k residents: 56.4
  • Total EV chargers: 3,416
  • Level 1 chargers: 47
  • Level 2 chargers: 2,785
  • DC fast chargers: 584

Check out the full list. 

Interested in learning more about environmental issues? At MACo’s Winter Conference session, “Public Works: More Than Just Filling Potholes,” speakers will explore the ins and outs of infrastructure, including technical challenges, major funding concerns, and recent federal actions. Read more about this session in our registration brochure.

MACo’s Winter Conference, “Hit the Ground Running,” will be held at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Hotel in Cambridge, MD from January 4-6, 2023 (with a pre-conference orientation for new county officials on January 3). 

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