Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Data

Electric Vehicle Data Analysis Tool

EValuateNY, a data analysis tool, provides access to comprehensive data from New York State’s EV market by assembling data from public and private initiatives. This tool may be useful for researchers, companies involved in the EV market, municipalities and planners, and other stakeholders. EValuateNY relies on Microsoft Excel and Power BI, a free data visualization application used to create colorful graphics, to share this information.

Together these resources and the information they provide can help gather market insights and develop ideas for further research. For users who want to customize the EValuateNY data, download a .ZIP File with the full relational database [ZIP].

Electric Vehicle Registration and Rebate Data

NYSERDA updates data on electric vehicle registrations in New York State approximately every month and displays this information in graphically in the EV Registration Map or without graphics using a regularly updated Microsoft Excel file on EV registration [XLSX].

NYSERDA’s Drive Clean Rebate has provided point-of-sale incentives for New Yorkers to buy EVs since March 2017. You can view charts with historical data of EV rebates in New York, including breakdowns by make, model, county, and dealer.

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Map

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) provides up-to-date information on alternative fueling station locations, including public charging stations. The AFDC’s interactive Alternative Fueling Station Locator displays public charging stations installed throughout New York State. You can also download all data at Open NYLink opens in new window - close new window to return to this page..

NYSERDA Charging Station Demonstration Data

In 2012 and 2013, NYSERDA awarded $8 million to 14 organizations to install Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations from Long Island to Buffalo. Most stations are dual port charging stations, with the ability to accommodate two EVs at once. These installations, which included about 700 charging outlets in total, represent a wide range of business models and approaches to providing public charging infrastructure. The goal of the program is to expand New York’s charging infrastructure and learn about which types of locations and business models are most promising to the industry. NYSERDA collected this data and presented it in annual and quarterly reports through Q1 2017.

Demonstration Program Reports