New Jersey sits dead last when it comes to the ratio of public chargers to cars. The state has 41 electric vehicles for every charger, far below the national average of 14.6 to 1 and trailing the 49th state, California at 27 to 1. For most EV owners, charging is a top-of-mind issue in the state. No one wants to get stuck five miles from home with no way to power their electric car. This makes an EV home charger installation a very appealing idea.