Table 7-5: Alternative Fuel Vehicles in Use by Fuel Type: 2010

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State Total Vehicle Registrations Alternative Fuel Vehicles
Liquefied petroleum gases Natural gas1 Ethanol2 Electricity3 Hydrogen Total Percentage of Total Vehicle Registrations
Alabama 4,777,127 1,915 455 9,810 503 0 12,683 0.27
Alaska 740,638 69 431 2,189 23 0 2,712 0.37
Arizona 4,456,630 3,923 11,153 19,777 4,490 0 39,343 0.88
Arkansas 2,149,105 1,242 292 2,904 100 0 4,538 0.21
California 31,774,179 13,371 42,114 55,867 33,217 0 144,569 0.45
Colorado 4,290,861 3,262 1,082 14,784 228 0 19,356 0.45
Connecticut 3,147,578 290 420 4,963 15 0 5,688 0.18
Delaware 825,971 57 30 2,835 0 0 2,922 0.35
District of Columbia 213,232 0 1,646 10,266 138 0 12,050 5.65
Florida 14,973,666 4,270 1,992 27,143 288 0 33,693 0.23
Georgia 7,898,900 7,529 2,012 16,410 500 0 26,451 0.33
Hawaii 959,458 1,076 0 4,594 279 0 5,949 0.62
Idaho 1,378,190 381 267 4,830 33 0 5,511 0.40
Illinois 10,428,899 2,402 3,041 26,819 176 0 32,438 0.31
Indiana 5,902,984 3,047 1,116 8,786 0 0 12,949 0.22
Iowa 3,499,939 527 0 7,028 153 0 7,708 0.22
Kansas 2,523,661 886 254 5,677 55 0 6,872 0.27
Kentucky 3,660,782 744 49 10,946 63 0 11,802 0.32
Louisiana 4,155,050 1,884 347 9,534 530 0 12,295 0.30
Maine 1,109,583 550 22 1,415 0 0 1,987 0.18
Maryland 4,637,476 292 2,034 16,315 1,246 0 19,887 0.43
Massachusetts 5,492,915 446 2,193 4,881 1,634 0 9,154 0.17
Michigan 9,566,781 3,582 561 18,946 1,319 0 24,408 0.26
Minnesota 5,103,416 1,691 125 13,269 51 0 15,136 0.30
Mississippi 2,043,799 2,747 145 7,869 49 0 10,810 0.53
Missouri 5,262,661 3,312 141 17,210 71 0 20,734 0.39
Montana 1,051,986 413 15 3,285 128 0 3,841 0.37
Nebraska 1,854,114 292 423 4,538 0 0 5,253 0.28
Nevada 1,428,336 3,043 2,188 5,819 56 0 11,106 0.78
New Hampshire 1,283,147 149 125 1,440 211 0 1,925 0.15
New Jersey 6,955,610 1,557 4,022 15,245 118 0 20,942 0.30
New Mexico 1,665,882 1,828 692 15,358 23 0 17,901 1.07
New York 10,603,274 2,244 9,521 16,328 6,296 0 34,389 0.32
North Carolina 5,877,269 4,017 693 29,422 1,285 0 35,417 0.60
North Dakota 769,213 165 18 3,747 0 0 3,930 0.51
Ohio 10,184,899 2,769 1,008 18,267 392 0 22,436 0.22
Oklahoma 3,482,984 790 3,135 6,207 361 0 10,493 0.30
Oregon 3,158,341 471 1,647 9,580 1,192 0 12,890 0.41
Pennsylvania 10,403,105 1,030 2,137 15,482 95 0 18,744 0.18
Rhode Island 815,747 21 1,105 1,779 26 0 2,931 0.36
South Carolina 3,767,877 1,715 239 15,567 56 0 17,577 0.47
South Dakota 991,249 97 27 6,123 29 0 6,276 0.63
Tennessee 5,276,720 711 336 15,008 61 0 16,116 0.31
Texas 17,625,064 54,333 11,594 49,158 289 0 115,374 0.65
Utah 2,713,578 310 3,545 6,126 394 0 10,375 0.38
Vermont 595,651 76 19 1,687 769 0 2,551 0.43
Virginia 6,222,928 1,600 1,683 24,400 316 0 27,999 0.45
Washington 4,900,522 1,159 1,646 14,142 104 0 17,051 0.35
West Virginia 1,484,344 228 9 2,347 16 0 2,600 0.18
Wisconsin 5,290,857 1,783 706 10,196 66 0 12,751 0.24
Wyoming 693,870 226 392 2,186 7 0 2,811 0.41
United States, total 250,070,048 143,037 119,217 618,506 57,462 421 938,643 0.38

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

2Includes only those E85 vehicles believed to be used as alternative-fuels vehicles (AFVs), primarily fleet-operated vehicles; excludes other vehicles with E85-fueling capability.

3Excludes gasoline-electric hybrids.

NOTE: Totals may not equal sum of components due to alternative fuel vehicles with unknown state.

SOURCE: Alternative fuel vehicles: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Renewable & Alternative Fuels, Alternative Vehicle Fuel Data, available at www.eia.gov/renewable/afv accessed March 2013. Vehicle registrations: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Highway Statistics, VM-1, available at www.fhwa.dot.gov/policyinformation/statistics.cfm as of March 2013.