Here are the number of EV chargers the US has and the number it needs.

In the United States, there are presently roughly 77,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with an estimated 190,000 individual charging ports, according to a recent study from the U.S. Department of Energy.

This amazing figure is rising year over year as more people choose EVs.

However, despite this positive development, the nation still lacks the infrastructure required to allow widespread EV adoption.

In fact, according to a 2020 analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the number of public EV chargers needed in the US to

 support the switch to EVs by 2035 would be close to 8 million, which is more than 100 times the current number.

 Without significant expenditures in public infrastructure and increased tax credits or incentives, such lofty targets are probably unachievable.

Overall, even while it's encouraging to see more EV chargers being installed around the country,

these numbers are insufficient to achieve our targeted goals and make the transition to widespread EV usage at scale.

Policymakers must act swiftly and aggressively to guarantee that there are enough charging stations available across America if we are to move

forward with creating a future with more clean transportation options; otherwise, we will face enormous obstacles on our journey toward decarbonization.