Table 7-5: Alternative-Fueled Vehicles in Use by Fuel Type: 2005

Table 7-5: Alternative-Fueled Vehicles in Use by Fuel Type: 2005

(Number of vehicles)

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State Fuel Type Total
Liquefied petroleum gases Natural gas Ethanol Electricity Hydrogen
Alabama 2,698 1,105 4,996 761 U 9,560
Alaska 100 595 1,281 34 U 2,010
Arizona1 4,341 8,837 4,206 1,517 U 18,904
Arkansas 1,517 179 1,236 0 U 2,932
California 14,459 32,355 21,224 25,892 U 93,930
Colorado 3,127 1,608 5,934 171 U 10,840
Connecticut 225 2,424 3,073 78 U 5,800
Delaware 145 204 1,757 25 U 2,131
District of Columbia 924 1,143 2,282 153 U 4,502
Florida 6,351 3,188 14,587 874 U 25,000
Georgia 7,151 2,453 5,635 1,833 U 17,072
Hawaii 587 11 2,096 53 U 2,747
Idaho 721 528 1,822 0 U 3,071
Illinois 2,565 3,265 11,040 184 U 17,054
Indiana 2,049 2,522 2,547 128 U 7,246
Iowa 1,046 32 3,595 37 U 4,710
Kansas 1,065 280 2,643 0 U 3,988
Kentucky 1,088 486 4,419 0 U 5,993
Louisiana 1,131 572 2,733 0 U 4,436
Maine 230 2 692 0 U 924
Maryland 504 2,403 7,344 244 U 10,495
Massachusetts 833 2,458 2,345 3,478 U 9,114
Michigan 3,095 488 8,408 2,888 U 14,879
Minnesota 3,301 211 5,683 0 U 9,195
Mississippi 3,360 86 1,521 100 U 5,067
Missouri 4,227 315 5,554 0 U 10,096
Montana 665 81 1,254 0 U 2,000
Nebraska 318 325 1,974 0 U 2,617
Nevada 4,629 3,386 2,834 5 U 10,854
New Hampshire 284 62 463 28 U 837
New Jersey 2,767 5,067 5,877 605 U 14,316
New Mexico 2,318 1,198 5,377 21 U 8,914
New York 1,397 11,054 7,583 10,286 U 30,320
North Carolina 4,350 540 14,703 223 U 19,816
North Dakota 374 46 1,101 0 U 1,521
Ohio 2,785 1,529 6,711 156 U 11,181
Oklahoma 7,173 2,849 2,354 25 U 12,401
Oregon 1,162 1,588 3,558 412 U 6,720
Pennsylvania 975 2,647 8,272 0 U 11,894
Rhode Island 101 1,460 865 45 U 2,471
South Carolina 1,592 140 7,283 226 U 9,241
South Dakota 112 2 925 0 U 1,039
Tennessee 787 424 6,330 262 U 7,803
Texas 67,456 11,877 12,257 0 U 91,590
Utah 333 2,680 3,001 0 U 6,014
Vermont 239 9 451 206 U 905
Virginia 2,098 2,281 6,810 77 U 11,266
Washington 1,277 1,704 8,962 274 U 12,217
West Virginia 307 86 1,148 26 U 1,567
Wisconsin 2,914 1,007 5,114 0 U 9,035
Wyoming 350 406 727 49 U 1,532
State Unknown 192 249 1,776 22 119 2,358
United States, total 173,795 120,447 246,363 51,398 119 592,125

1 The total for Arizona includes 3 vehicles not classified elsewhere.

NOTES: "Natural gas" includes vehicles using compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG). "Ethanol" excludes vehicles used by private individuals because most of those vehicles are believed to be in use as traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. This table does not include data on gasoline-electric hybrids. The estimated number of methanol M100 and M85, and 95-percent ethanol vehicles in use is zero for 2005.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Office of Coal, Nuclear, Electric, and Alternate Fuels, Alternatives to Traditional Transportation Fuels 2005, table V3, available at http://www.eia.doe.gov/fuelrenewable.html as of Dec. 7, 2007.