I don’t know if there is an actual count on how many electric vehicle charging stations there are in the United States, but there is a map here: http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/fuels/electricity_locations.html , that shows where the charging stations are by state.
The data being provided by the U.S Department of Energy is severely flawed; other entities (charging station monitoring companies) reporting the number of charging stations installed in the U.S are depending on the information they receive from the various installers, manufacturers, and members within their networks. The major problem is that the Department of Energy has not considered using City, County, and State governments as a resource to provide this information. It only makes sense, since local Governmental entities permit the installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. If the U.S Department of Energy required all States to report this information, and those States required every municipality issuing permits to report to the State level, the U.S Department of Energy would have an accurate account of all charging stations installed in the U.S. Greenstar Concepts, LLC of Louisville Kentucky (a Certified EVSE Contractor) has made recommendations to the U.S Department of Energy, advising them to consider improving their reporting by considering this approach.
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