Table 7-5: Alternative-Fueled Vehicles in Use by Fuel Type: 2009

Table 7-5: Alternative-Fueled Vehicles in Use by Fuel Type: 2009

(Number of vehicles)

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State Fuel Type Total
Liquefied petroleum gases Natural gas1 Ethanol2 Electricity3 Hydrogen Other4
Alabama 1,637 358 8,838 421 0 0 11,254
Alaska 53 463 2,066 20 0 0 2,602
Arizona 5,708 12,646 17,725 4,749 0 0 40,828
Arkansas 1,193 183 2,259 167 0 0 3,802
California 13,754 39,376 51,734 31,545 0 0 136,409
Colorado 4,362 1,197 12,986 195 0 0 18,740
Connecticut 302 1,088 3,932 0 0 0 5,322
Delaware 26 16 2,194 0 0 0 2,236
District of Columbia 0 1,659 6,346 0 0 0 8,005
Florida 5,531 2,846 25,439 181 0 0 33,997
Georgia 7,877 2,847 13,431 515 0 0 24,670
Hawaii 1,086 0 4,503 281 0 0 5,870
Idaho 516 332 4,242 0 0 0 5,090
Illinois 2,334 2,766 20,273 198 0 0 25,571
Indiana 3,079 1,544 8,226 0 0 0 12,849
Iowa 573 0 5,399 234 0 0 6,206
Kansas 844 243 3,821 0 0 0 4,908
Kentucky 1,141 126 9,353 0 0 0 10,620
Louisiana 2,645 361 7,089 431 0 0 10,526
Maine 445 12 965 0 0 0 1,422
Maryland 423 2,075 13,319 1,212 0 0 17,029
Massachusetts 385 1,982 3,829 1,746 0 0 7,942
Michigan 3,333 646 15,649 1,879 0 0 21,507
Minnesota 2,425 108 8,429 0 0 0 10,962
Mississippi 2,481 225 6,491 0 0 0 9,197
Missouri 3,650 88 10,895 0 0 0 14,633
Montana 385 21 2,593 105 0 0 3,104
Nebraska 293 366 3,699 0 0 0 4,358
Nevada 3,005 2,397 5,144 6 0 0 10,552
New Hampshire 197 138 1,034 269 0 0 1,638
New Jersey 3,285 3,894 13,215 38 0 0 20,432
New Mexico 1,900 866 12,191 0 0 0 14,957
New York 998 8,627 13,016 7,301 0 0 29,942
North Carolina 3,722 548 26,801 1,693 0 0 32,764
North Dakota 122 12 3,081 0 0 0 3,215
Ohio 3,159 929 14,647 470 0 0 19,205
Oklahoma 1,043 2,932 5,223 272 0 0 9,470
Oregon 417 1,675 7,704 1,310 0 0 11,106
Pennsylvania 1,127 1,865 12,749 17 0 0 15,758
Rhode Island 80 960 1,451 0 0 0 2,491
South Carolina 1,761 249 13,676 17 0 0 15,703
South Dakota 111 0 5,173 0 0 0 5,284
Tennessee 620 336 10,826 41 0 0 11,823
Texas 51,699 10,440 32,755 35 0 0 94,929
Utah 326 2,658 4,929 176 0 0 8,089
Vermont 117 23 666 745 0 0 1,551
Virginia 1,733 1,814 20,628 104 0 0 24,279
Washington 1,063 2,036 11,984 0 0 0 15,083
West Virginia 296 22 2,001 0 0 0 2,319
Wisconsin 2,058 782 7,936 17 0 0 10,793
Wyoming 194 329 1,741 17 0 0 2,281
State unknown 1,516 340 1 778 357 3 2,995
United States, total 147,030 117,446 504,297 57,185 357 3 826,318

1Includes vehicles using compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG).

2Excludes E85 vehicles used by private individuals (non-fleet users) because most of those are believed to be in use as traditional gasoline-powered vehicles.

3Excludes gasoline-electric and diesel-electric hybrids.

4May include P-Series fuel or any other fuel designated by the Secretary of Energy as an alternative fuel in accordance with the Energy Policy Act of 1992.

NOTES: The estimated number of neat methanol (M100), 85-percent methanol (M85), and 95-percent ethanol (E95) vehicles in use is zero for all years included in this table. Therefore, those fuels are not shown.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Office of Energy Consumption and Efficiency Statistics, Alternatives to Traditional Transportation Fuels 2009, V3, available at http://www.eia.gov/renewable/ as of May 3, 2012.