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Texas
42,675
Pennsylvania
21,320
Florida
19,846
California
17,127
Illinois
16,822
North Carolina
12,903
Alabama
12,125
Ohio
10,983
New York
10,910
Georgia
10,774
Michigan
10,356
Washington
9,778
Indiana
9,227
Arizona
8,713
Louisiana
8,618
Virginia
8,378
South Carolina
8,015
Oklahoma
7,350
Iowa
6,968
Missouri
6,966
Tennessee
6,754
Kentucky
6,471
Mississippi
6,077
Minnesota
5,752
Oregon
5,721
Wisconsin
5,440
West Virginia
5,437
Kansas
5,376
Colorado
5,345
New Jersey
5,121
Arkansas
4,986
Wyoming
4,047
North Dakota
3,965
New Mexico
3,834
Nebraska
3,606
Connecticut
3,557
Utah
3,510
Nevada
3,246
Maryland
2,957
Montana
2,468
Massachusetts
2,019
New Hampshire
1,510
Idaho
1,497
South Dakota
1,373
Maine
1,100
Hawaii
800
Rhode Island
601
Alaska
589
Delaware
387
Vermont
211

Electricity Generation by State 2024

Electricity Generation by State 2024

Electricity Generation by State 2024

Note: - Energy generated from petroleum, geothermal, biomass, or other power sources is minimal in most states and not included in the below percentages. However, these are viable sources in a few states. Hawaii, for example, generates nearly 70% of its electricity through the burning of petroleum.
- Total electricity is displayed in thousand megawatt-hours. All other values shown are percentages.

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State
Total Electricity Generation (1000 kwh)
Coat
Hydroelectric
Natural Gas
Nuclear
Solar
Wind
Alabama12,12518.8%9.6%41.2%27.7%0%0%
Alaska58913.1%24.8%44.7%0%0%2.4%
Arizona8,71314.9%4.4%41.1%34.3%6.6%1.3%
Arkansas4,98630.5%7.6%44.8%15.2%0.9%0%
California17,1270.1%7.2%55.8%9.8%18.5%7%
Colorado5,34537.6%1.9%28.3%0%4.3%29.3%
Connecticut3,5570%1.2%48.4%44.2%1.9%0%
Delaware3870%0%74.4%0%3.4%0.3%
Florida19,8467.7%0.1%70.7%13.9%4.6%0%
Georgia10,77416.3%3.3%43.4%28.5%0%0%
Hawaii8000%1.3%0%0%15.4%6%
Idaho1,4970%43.3%33.7%0%1.9%18.1%
Illinois16,82221.7%0%11.8%52.6%0.7%12.7%
Indiana9,22753.9%0.4%31.5%0%0.6%10.6%
Iowa6,96827.9%1.3%8.7%0%0.5%61.5%
Kansas5,37632.2%0%4.1%16.9%0.2%45.1%
Kentucky6,47167%7.1%24.8%0%0.2%0%
Louisiana8,6186.5%1.1%66%17.2%0.3%0%
Maine1,1000.4%21.5%24.1%0%4.4%25.9%
Maryland2,95711.6%7.3%29.4%45.4%3.6%1.3%
Massachusetts2,0190%5.1%73.9%0%11.3%0.9%
Michigan10,35626.8%1.1%34.4%24.7%0.4%8.9%
Minnesota5,75230.1%1%17.2%22.9%1.7%24.6%
Mississippi6,0777.9%0%74.8%15.1%0.4%0%
Missouri6,96662.3%2.3%8.7%13.2%0.5%11%
Montana2,46840.6%31.7%5.7%0%0.1%19%
Nebraska3,60646.1%2.7%2.2%14.1%0.2%34.4%
Nevada3,2466.1%2.5%64.8%0%15.7%0.9%
New Hampshire1,5101.9%6.9%13.7%61.5%0%3.2%
New Jersey5,1210%0%43.9%50.9%4.8%0%
New Mexico3,83426.1%0%30.5%0%3.7%40.4%
New York10,9100%22.1%40.9%22.8%2.6%4.7%
North Carolina12,90316.5%4.3%41.9%30.4%4.5%0.3%
North Dakota3,96557%4.2%3.7%0%0%34.8%
Ohio10,98329.6%0.5%53%11.7%0.4%2.7%
Oklahoma7,35010.3%3.5%41.8%0%0.1%44%
Oregon5,7210%45.6%39.2%0%1.4%12.2%
Pennsylvania21,32010.7%1.4%51.6%32.8%0.3%1.7%
Rhode Island6010%0%86%0%8.2%4.2%
South Carolina8,01519.9%3.3%17.7%55.4%1.7%0%
South Dakota1,3730%29.4%8.5%0%0%61.6%
Tennessee6,75410.2%14.5%22%51.8%0.5%0%
Texas42,67515.5%0.3%48.9%8.9%3.2%22.7%
Utah3,51060%1%30.7%0%5.7%2%
Vermont2110%48.8%0%0%8.1%20.4%
Virginia8,3785.3%1.5%55.8%28.7%2.9%0.1%
Washington9,7783.4%60.9%17.4%8.8%0.3%7.7%
West Virginia5,43789.7%2.8%3.8%0%0%3%
Wisconsin5,44036.1%3.5%37.7%16.5%0.8%3.3%
Wyoming4,04764.3%1.5%4.8%0%0.2%28.2%
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Electricity Generation by State 2024

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