By Alex PappasMay 14, 2018 8:24amBy Alex PapasMay 13, 2018 12:26pmIn 2017, the United States had 1.1 billion electric vehicles.
Today, that number is up to 2.1B.
The United States now has over 20 million electric vehicles on the road.
And, according to a recent report from the Environmental Protection Agency, more than 50% of electric vehicles are powered by hydrogen, which is cleaner than coal, oil, and natural gas.
In 2017, Americans bought more than 2 billion electric vehicle charging stations.
This year, the numbers are up to 1.2 billion.
The good news is that many of these stations are coming from all over the world.
For example, Japan has more than 1.5 billion charging stations, followed by France with more than 3 billion.
China is home to almost 3 billion, and the United Kingdom has more still.
The bad news is, there are only so many charging stations you can put in a city, and that number could grow as more cities are built.
The EPA estimates that the U.S. could see 3.2 million new electric vehicle stations by 2025.
The numbers also indicate that electric vehicle sales could reach $3.6 trillion by 2030, which would be a 7.6% increase from today’s level.
In 2020, the number of EVs sold in the United US was up 2.2% over 2017.
While the numbers aren’t huge, they’re still up from 2017, which was a slight decline from the 4.3% growth from 2020 to 2021.
In 2020, EVs made up 19.3 million of all vehicles sold in America.
In 2021, EVs make up 16.4 million of those vehicles.
As of 2020, just 6% of Americans owned an electric vehicle.
By 2021, that figure is up from just 7% in 2021.
The number of people who own an electric car in the U and the country overall has dropped from 30.4% in 2020 to 25.2%.
In 2021 alone, there were 1.4 billion electric cars sold.
But, it looks like the United states has a lot of catching up to do.