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See How Many Tesla Superchargers Each State Has

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Ten years ago, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) had only 30 Supercharger stations in the United States. Only the Interstate 5 highway along the west coast had a reliable long-distance chain of these quick-charge stations.

How many Tesla Superchargers are there in every US state?

Today, there are nearly 2,000 of Tesla’s fast-charging stations with more than 22,000 charging ports in the U.S. As recently as Oct. 18, several more stations – from densely populated Florida to the wide expanse of Montana – were added to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center.

What a difference a decade makes.

Tesla Supercharger network opens up

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Tesla’s Supercharger network is so ahead of the game that it’s in the process of opening its network to other electric car models produced by companies like Ford (NYSE: F) and Rivian (NASDAQ: RIVN).

California, Texas, and Florida, have about a third of Tesla Supercharger stations and 42% of all ports. More than half of the network is in the ten most populated states. How many Tesla Supercharger are there in a state shows that Tesla is prioritizing some states over others.

Some states are falling behind

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For instance, Nevada, with a population of 3.1 million people, has 36 Tesla Supercharger stations while Oklahoma with a population of nearly 4 million has only six of them.

Because of Nevada’s proximity to California, Tesla’s largest market, it makes sense for Tesla to prioritize it. Oklahoma, which in 2020 lost its bid to Texas for the first Tesla Cybertruck plant, has been slow to embrace EVs or alternative-fuel infrastructure. “When it comes to electric vehicles on the road, Oklahoma has catching up to do,” wrote the Oklahoman newspaper in May.

States with fewer than 10 Tesla Superchargers

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Eleven states and the District of Columbia have fewer than 10 Tesla Supercharger stations. Out of the 10 largest states by population, Michigan has the fewest number of Supercharger stations to quickly charge a Tesla inside the company’s network.

The home to the big three U.S. Automakers has only 34 Tesla Supercharger stations, just two more than Wisconsin, which has a much smaller population.

Here are the number of Superchargers in each U.S. state:

Alabama

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  • Number of Superchargers: 19
  • Number of ports: 206

Alaska

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  • Number of Superchargers: 2
  • Number of ports: 12

Arizona

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  • Number of Superchargers: 43
  • Number of ports: 682

Arkansas

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  • Number of Superchargers: 7
  • Number of ports: 63

California

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  • Number of Superchargers: 396
  • Number of ports: 6,155

Colorado

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  • Number of Superchargers: 37
  • Number of ports: 364

Connecticut

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  • Number of Superchargers: 31
  • Number of ports: 288

Delaware

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  • Number of Superchargers: 15
  • Number of ports: 132

District of Columbia

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  • Number of Superchargers: 3
  • Number of ports: 28

Florida

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  • Number of Superchargers: 145
  • Number of ports: 1,472

Georgia

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  • Number of Superchargers: 45
  • Number of ports: 528

Hawaii

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  • Number of Superchargers: 1
  • Number of ports: 6

Idaho

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  • Number of Superchargers: 7
  • Number of ports: 62

Illinois

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  • Number of Superchargers: 55
  • Number of ports: 630

Indiana

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  • Number of Superchargers: 34
  • Number of ports: 337

Iowa

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  • Number of Superchargers: 17
  • Number of ports: 138

Kansas

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  • Number of Superchargers: 16
  • Number of ports: 138

Kentucky

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  • Number of Superchargers: 12
  • Number of ports: 130

Louisiana

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  • Number of Superchargers: 17
  • Number of ports: 167

Maine

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  • Number of Superchargers: 18
  • Number of ports: 144

Maryland

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  • Number of Superchargers: 52
  • Number of ports: 447

Massachusetts

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  • Number of Superchargers: 46
  • Number of ports: 448

Michigan

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  • Number of Superchargers: 34
  • Number of ports: 314

Minnesota

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  • Number of Superchargers: 29
  • Number of ports: 252

Mississippi

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  • Number of Superchargers: 9
  • Number of ports: 80

Missouri

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  • Number of Superchargers: 23
  • Number of ports: 195

Montana

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  • Number of Superchargers: 17
  • Number of ports: 124

Nebraska

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  • Number of Superchargers: 9
  • Number of ports: 76

Nevada

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  • Number of Superchargers: 36
  • Number of ports: 422

New Hampshire

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  • Number of Superchargers: 13
  • Number of ports: 118

New Jersey

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  • Number of Superchargers: 70
  • Number of ports: 688

New Mexico

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  • Number of Superchargers: 14
  • Number of ports: 115

New York

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  • Number of Superchargers: 83
  • Number of ports: 770

North Carolina

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  • Number of Superchargers: 61
  • Number of ports: 643

North Dakota

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  • Number of Superchargers: 5
  • Number of ports: 40

Ohio

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  • Number of Superchargers: 38
  • Number of ports: 357

Oklahoma

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  • Number of Superchargers: 6
  • Number of ports: 60

Oregon

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  • Number of Superchargers: 40
  • Number of ports: 422

Pennsylvania

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  • Number of Superchargers: 72
  • Number of ports: 642

Rhode Island

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  • Number of Superchargers: 5
  • Number of ports: 40

South Carolina

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  • Number of Superchargers: 30
  • Number of ports: 340

South Dakota

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  • Number of Superchargers: 10
  • Number of ports: 68

Tennessee

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  • Number of Superchargers: 24
  • Number of ports: 275

Texas

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  • Number of Superchargers: 138
  • Number of ports: 1,579

Utah

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  • Number of Superchargers: 22
  • Number of ports: 202

Vermont

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  • Number of Superchargers: 6
  • Number of ports: 54

Virginia

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  • Number of Superchargers: 66
  • Number of ports: 587

Washington

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  • Number of Superchargers: 50
  • Number of ports: 523

West Virginia

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  • Number of Superchargers: 15
  • Number of ports: 114

Wisconsin

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  • Number of Superchargers: 32
  • Number of ports: 275

Wyoming

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  • Number of Superchargers: 11
  • Number of ports: 72

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