Maryland continues to experience significant growth in EV ownership. This growth is supported by lower vehicle costs, state and federal incentives, the rise in the availability of makes and models, as well as the increasing availability of charging infrastructure across the State.
Click the image above to access Maryland EV data and interactive maps. The application includes EV registration metrics, charging station metrics, alternative fuel corridor maps, the EV Charger Siting Tool, and other resources. Data is updated monthly.
The Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) tracks the total number, make, model, and model year (MY) of all EVs registered in Maryland. Current EV Registration data can be found in the dashboard above, while historical EV registration maps can be found here. Since MDOT began tracking the data, the number of registered BEVs have been growing steadily and overtook PHEVs for the largest market share in December 2018. Maryland also continues to see a growth in the diversity in the makes and models registered, with more than 100 BEV and PHEV models registered in the State.
Maryland has a robust network of publicly available Level 2 and DC Fast charging stations to support the growing number of EVs on the road. Level 2 charging ports make up approximately 82% of all charging ports in Maryland and are ideal for locations where there would be longer dwell times, such as workplaces or at homes. DC Fast charging ports make up approximately 18% of all charging ports in Maryland and are ideal for locations where there is a shorter dwell time, such as grocery stores. Private investment as well as funding made available under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will continue to support and accelerate Maryland's EV charging network.
Electrical source from
a regular home outlet.
2-5 miles of range per 1 hour of charging.
Electrical source from a regular home dryer outlet, home hardwire, or public station.
10-20 miles of range per 1 hour of charging.
DC Fast Charge
208 or 480V 3-Phase AC
Electrical source from a public station.
60-80 miles of range per 20 minutes of charging.
There are currently two main types of EVs available for purchase: battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). BEVs are fully electric and have rechargeable batteries that can be charged at home or at publicly available charging stations. PHEVs use a combination of a battery and gasoline-powered internal combustion engine.
Maryland's NEVI Plan will guide the installation of EV charging infrastructure and serve as the foundation for the Maryland Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Plan (ZEVIP).
Charged with supporting the development and adoption of zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) in Maryland.
Interactive Tool that consolidates data from a variety of state and federal agencies and may be a useful resource for potential applicants when applying to the NEVI Formula Funding Program, CFI Discretionary Grant Program, and other state/local grant programs to determine whether a site may be a good candidate for a grant program.
Designated roadways within Maryland that support a national network of alternative fuels, including EV charging, liquified petroleum gas (LPG), compressed natural gas (CNG), liquid natural gas (LNG), and hydrogen.
Educational and outreach resources on EVs and hydrogen as well as incentives and local EV programs available in Maryland.
A local organization of EV owners, enthusiasts, and educators that promote the benefit of EVs.
Provides an overview for those new to EVs on the types of EVs, EV models and body styles available, EV charging stations, EV range, and cost savings.
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