Which U.S. state has the most DC Fast Chargers? (DCFC)
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  The proliferation of DC Fast Chargers (DCFC) will encourage the adoption of electric vehicles, as the FCDC's fast charging capability drastically reduces the pain of waiting time to fully charge an EV from 24 hours to around 90 minutes.

There are, in total, 22,142 DC Fast Chargers (DCFC) in the United States - the state with the most number of DC Fast Chargers is California, which has 6,790 ports or 30.67% of the national total. At a distant second, is Florida with 1,246 DCFCs and Texas at third with 950 DC Fast Chargers. Alaska has the lowest number of DCFCs with only 16 ports.

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Chart 1: States with the Most DC Fast Chargers
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California is the state with the most DC Fast Charger (DCFC) ports at 6,790 (30% of 22,142 FCDC nation-wide), followed by Florida with 1,246 and Texas at 950 ports.
Chart 2: States with the Least DC Fast Chargers
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Alaska, Rhode Island and the District of Columbia have the least number of DCFC ports (less than 50 ports against the national average of 434 ports.

  Top 30 ranks, by dc fast in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 51 items )

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Quick Notes

  A DC Fast Charger can fill an EV battery to 80% within a quick 20 to 40 minutes, and 100% in 60 to 90 minutes, compared to the durations of 8 hours (when using a L2 charger) and 24 hours (when using a L1 charger).

  A full charge using the DCFC can cost around $10 to $30 dollars, depending on the size of the battery. The cost is expected to be 2-3 times more than the cost of using a L2 charger for the value of speed and convenience.

  DCFCs tend to be installed in public locations and venues where EV drivers can make temporarily stops and perform a fast charge.

Example: A ChargePoint Express 250 DC Fast Charger

There are several major players in the U.S. market - ChargePoint being the largest network wih 68,000 charging points including 1,500 Level 3 DC Fast Chargers. Other netowkrs include Electrify America, EVgo with 1,200 DC Fast Chargers, Blink which has 3,275 L2 and L3 charging ports, Tesla Supercharger network and Volta which has 700 stations across 10 states.

Depending on the specific EVSE port, the supported connectors include SAE J1772 connector, CCS (Combined Charging System by American and European automakers), CHAdeMO (CHArge de MOve  by  Japanese automakers) and Tesla's proprietary connector.


  States with the most EVSE ports and stations

  States with the most DC Fast Chargers

  States with the most EVs


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