Most Electric Car-Friendly US Cities a Surprise

With 11 charging stations per 100,000 residents, Portland, Oregon comes first, followed closely by Dallas, Texas, with 10.6 charging stations per 100,000 residents, according to PlugShare.

Published: 03-Sep-2012

Ask most Americans to name the cities with the most public charging stations for electric cars per head of population, and they’ll likely mention Los Angeles and perhaps San Francisco.

According to PlugShare (via good.is), however, Portland, Oregon and Dallas, Texas top the list.

PlugShare, the social network devoted to finding and sharing public charging stations, came to its conclusion after conducting a national census of the number of public charging stations in each major city in the U.S.

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