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California & EVs by the Numbers

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20 statistics that may surprise you about California's electric vehicle (EV) dominance

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California & EVs by the Numbers

  1. 1. California & Electric Vehicles - By the Numbers May 2018 EVAdoption.com
  2. 2. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 4.93% Of new light vehicles purchased in California in February 2018 were EVs. Washington D.C. was second with 3.28%. The US overall was 1.21%. Source: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market
  3. 3. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 329,626 EVs have been purchased in California between January 2011 and February 2018. New York is second with 32,082. Source: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market
  4. 4. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 29% Of new light vehicles purchased in the city of Palo Alto in 2017 were EVs. Saratoga was second at 24%. Source: ICCT
  5. 5. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 4X California’s population is 12% of the total US population – and yet residents of the Golden State purchase 48% of all EVs sold in the US. Source: ICCT
  6. 6. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 51% Of advanced technology vehicles (hybrid, fuel cell, PHEV, BEV) purchased in California in 2017 were PHEVs and BEVs. Regular gas hybrids were 47.8% of advanced technology vehicle sales in 2017 - the first year EVs outsold regular hybrids in California. Source: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market
  7. 7. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 109 California cities had new EV sales market shares of 5% or more in 2017. Source: ICCT
  8. 8. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 30 California cities had electric vehicle shares above 10% in 2017, up from 19 such cities in 2016. 9 California cities had electric vehicle market shares of more than 15%, up from six such cities in 2016. Source: ICCT
  9. 9. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 94% Of Mercedes Benz EV sales in the US are in California; but only 3% of their vehicle sales in California. Source: ICCT
  10. 10. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 56% Of GM’s US EV sales are in California and comprise 11% of their vehicle sales in the state. Source: ICCT
  11. 11. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Nearly 25,000 The number of EVs sold by GM in California in 2017. Source: ICCT
  12. 12. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 19,000 The number of all electric (BEVs) sold by Tesla in California in 2017, followed by GM with roughly 13,000 BEVs (Chevrolet Bolt) sold. Source: ICCT
  13. 13. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Nearly 12,000 EVs were sold in Los Angeles in 2017. A 17% increase over 2016. Source: ICCT
  14. 14. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 247 California cities saw at least a 20% increase in electric vehicle sales in 2017 over 2016. Source: ICCT
  15. 15. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 61% The Sonoma County city of Santa Rosa had the highest YOY increase in 2017 EV sales of 61%. Following Santa Rosa were the East Bay cities of Berkeley (54%) and Oakland (52%). Source: ICCT
  16. 16. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 11% Of BMW and General Motors vehicle sales in California are from EVs (both PHEV and BEV). Source: ICCT
  17. 17. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 94% Of Mercedes-Benz US EV sales in 2017 were from California. Honda had the second highest concentration of EV sales in California at 80%. Volvo had the lowest California EV concentration at 30%, while the average across the automakers was 50%. Source: ICCT
  18. 18. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 29% The rate of YOY growth for California electric vehicle sales in 2017. Electric vehicle sales in the other ZEV states grew even faster, by 46% in 2017, as the availability of new electric vehicle models increased. Source: ICCT
  19. 19. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 74 Of the 517 (14.3%) Tesla Supercharger locations currently open in the US are in California. Source: Supercharge.info
  20. 20. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 31% Of the 44,300 charge points in the US are located in California (13,600). 25% (1,600) of the 6,200 fast-charge points are located in California. Source: ICCT/Alternative Fuels Data Center
  21. 21. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers 344 Public charge points per million residents across California at the end 0f 2017. For the rest of the United States, there were 107 charge points per million people. Source: ICCT
  22. 22. Supporting Tables and Charts Sources www.EVAdoption.com EVAdoption.com
  23. 23. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Source: ICCT
  24. 24. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Source: ICCT
  25. 25. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Source: ICCT
  26. 26. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Source: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market
  27. 27. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Source: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market
  28. 28. EVAdoption.com – California & Electric Vehicles – By the Numbers Source: Supercharge.info
  29. 29. EVAdoption.com – Electric Vehicles Expected to Be Available in the US
  30. 30. EVAdoption.com – Electric Vehicles Expected to Be Available in the US
  31. 31. EVAdoption.com – Electric Vehicles Expected to Be Available in the US Source: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market EV Sales by State: January 2011 – February 2018
  32. 32. EVAdoption.com – Electric Vehicles Expected to Be Available in the US Source: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market EV Sales Market Share by State: 2017
  33. 33. Data Sources: International Council of Clean Transportation (ICCT) – California’s continued electric vehicle market development – - https://www.theicct.org/sites/default/files/publications/CA-cityEV-Briefing- 20180507.pdf Supercharge.info - https://supercharge.info/ Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers – Advanced Vehicle Technology Sales Dashboard | HIS Market - https://autoalliance.org/energy-environment/advanced-technology-vehicle-sales-dashboard/ EVAdoption.com
  34. 34. California & EVs – By the Numbers was created by Loren McDonald of EVAdoption www.EVAdoption.com EVAdoption.com

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