List of U.S. states by electricity production from renewable sources

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Sources of electricity generated in the United States. Data is from U.S. EIA Electric Power Annual 2012.

The information used to calculate values is from the Electric Power Monthly, February 2013 and February 2012 published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

States by 2013 renewable electricity production[edit]

Rank Rank w/o Hydropower State % Renewable % Renewable w/o Hydro Renewable electricity (GW•h) Renewable electricity w/o
Hydro (GW•h)
Total electricity (GW•h)
1 4 Idaho 78.0 20.2 12,275 3,174 15,742
2 18 Washington 76.5 7.7 86,658 8,751 113,321
3 11 Oregon 69.8 14.2 41,984 8,527 60,165
4 3 South Dakota 65.3 26.0 6,765 2,688 10,358
5 1 Maine 60.8 32.0 8,554 4,509 14,079
6 20 Montana 42.1 6.0 11,614 1,661 27,573
7 7 California 30.6 18.3 61,105 36,564 199,998
8 14 Vermont 29.9 10.2 2,066 709 6,921
9 2 Iowa 28.8 27.7 16,398 15,731 56,876
10 38 Alaska 25.3 2.3 1,569 143 6,203
11 26 New York 22.9 4.3 31,006 5,858 135,337
12 8 North Dakota 20.9 15.7 7,387 5,535 35,361
13 6 Minnesota 20.1 19.4 10,313 9,929 51,263
14 5 Kansas 19.5 19.5 9,486 9,486 48,645
15 9 Oklahoma 18.1 15.2 13,346 11,220 73,576
16 13 Nevada 17.8 10.4 6,494 3,812 36,494
17 10 Colorado 16.7 14.3 8,901 7,643 53,396
18 48 Tennessee 16.3 1.4 12,819 1,082 78,669
19 17 New Hampshire 15.7 8.4 3,114 1,661 19,784
20 12 Hawaii 12.3 11.3 1,203 1,112 9,814
21 40 Alabama 10.6 2.2 15,895 3,249 150,408
22 16 Wyoming 9.8 8.4 5,132 4,415 52,395
23 21 Massachusetts 9.3 5.9 3,144 1,999 33,773
24 15 Texas 9.0 8.7 38,970 37,784 433,526
25 23 Nebraska 7.9 5.0 2,949 1,860 37,197
26 19 New Mexico 7.8 7.3 2,802 2,617 36,042
27 37 Arizona 7.8 2.4 8,598 2,647 110,127
28 35 North Carolina 7.5 2.4 9,380 2,947 124,922
29 31 Arkansas 7.2 2.7 4,363 1,654 60,494
30 32 Maryland 6.9 2.6 2,465 934 35,487
31 24 Wisconsin 6.8 4.9 4,495 3,230 65,587
32 29 Georgia 5.8 3.0 7,028 3,609 120,796
33 25 Michigan 5.8 4.8 6,107 5,070 104,970
34 27 Virginia 5.5 3.7 4,270 2,845 77,185
35 22 Illinois 5.1 5.1 10,440 10,299 202,891
36 42 South Carolina 5.0 2.1 4,760 1,960 94,919
37 44 West Virginia 4.1 1.8 3,119 1,402 75,927
38 50 Kentucky 4.1 0.4 3,693 327 89,935
39 28 Indiana 3.8 3.5 4,227 3,810 110,378
40 39 Utah 3.7 2.2 1,577 943 42,823
41 33 Pennsylvania 3.7 2.5 8,336 5,714 227,683
42 34 Louisiana 3.5 2.5 3,567 2,522 101,379
43 43 Connecticut 3.0 1.9 1,079 670 35,444
44 30 Mississippi 2.9 2.9 1,509 1,509 52,890
45 49 Missouri 2.7 1.3 2,452 1,239 92,211
46 36 New Jersey 2.4 2.4 1,549 1,549 64,848
47 41 Florida 2.2 2.1 4,816 4,618 219,725
48 47 Ohio 1.8 1.4 2,409 1,889 136,702
49 45 Delaware 1.60 1.60 122 122 7,616
50 46 Rhode Island 1.58 1.58 100 100 6,295
United States 12.9 6.2 522,464 253,328 4,058,209

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States by 2012 renewable electricity production[edit]

Rank Rank w/o Hydropower State % Renewable % Renewable w/o Hydro Renewable electricity (GW•h) Renewable electricity w/o Hydro (GW•h) Total electricity (GW•h)
1 6 Idaho 87.5 14.9 14,158 2,408 16,176
2 18 Washington 83.4 7.1 96,745 8,212 115,974
3 10 Oregon 76.3 11.3 46,058 6,801 60,372
4 3 South Dakota 73.0 23.9 8,878 2,914 12,168
5 1 Maine 55.3 31.9 8,322 4,795 15,049
6 21 Montana 45.4 4.6 12,585 1,281 27,726
7 5 California 28.3 15.4 56,969 31,009 201,341
8 2 Iowa 26.2 24.8 14,928 14,107 56,919
9 16 Vermont 25.5 7.7 1,711 516 6,708
10 24 New York 22.1 3.8 30,239 5,181 136,966
11 7 North Dakota 21.6 14.7 7,800 5,323 36,179
12 50 Alaska 20.8 0.2 1,451 17 6,979
13 4 Minnesota 19.0 17.6 9,999 9,261 52,560
14 12 Nevada 16.2 9.3 5,760 3,321 35,566
15 8 Colorado 15.5 11.7 8,282 6,278 53,594
16 17 New Hampshire 13.9 7.2 2,677 1,383 19,270
17 11 Oklahoma 12.4 10.9 9,667 8,531 78,267
18 46 Tennessee 11.7 1.4 9,070 1,058 77,449
19 9 Kansas 11.6 11.6 5,179 5,179 44,782
20 14 Wyoming 10.6 8.8 5,289 4,394 49,811
21 13 Hawaii 10.0 9.1 1,010 920 10,075
22 23 Nebraska 8.2 3.9 2,849 1,342 34,645
23 20 Wisconsin 8.1 5.0 5,253 3,233 64,484
24 15 Texas 7.9 7.8 34,207 33,695 431,017
25 19 New Mexico 7.6 7.0 2,776 2,575 36,574
26 48 Arizona 7.3 1.2 8,087 1,358 110,694
27 35 Alabama 6.8 2.1 10,415 3,258 152,664
28 33 Maryland 6.7 2.3 2,546 882 37,815
29 25 Massachusetts 6.5 3.7 2,291 1,322 35,397
30 32 Arkansas 5.9 2.6 3,852 1,684 65,382
31 29 Utah 5.7 2.8 2,251 1,113 39,649
32 39 North Carolina 5.1 2.1 5,910 2,393 116,024
33 30 Georgia 4.6 2.7 5,688 3,357 122,704
34 27 Virginia 4.6 3.2 3,262 2,255 70,895
35 26 Michigan 4.5 3.3 4,861 3,556 108,726
36 22 Illinois 4.3 4.3 8,511 8,413 197,738
37 37 South Carolina 3.6 2.1 3,445 2,049 96,510
38 42 West Virginia 3.6 1.8 2,613 1,286 73,326
39 28 Indiana 3.5 3.1 3,967 3,511 114,680
40 41 Connecticut 3.2 1.9 1,160 688 35,733
41 38 Pennsylvania 3.1 2.1 6,987 4,674 224,714
42 49 Kentucky 3.0 0.4 2,706 330 89,819
43 34 Louisiana 2.8 2.2 2,920 2,240 103,770
44 31 Mississippi 2.6 2.6 1,414 1,414 54,193
45 45 Missouri 2.2 1.4 2,028 1,307 91,985
46 36 Florida 2.2 2.1 4,853 4,699 220,751
47 40 New Jersey 2.0 2.0 1,284 1,284 64,092
48 47 Ohio 1.6 1.3 2,091 1,710 129,307
49 43 Delaware 1.6 1.6 0,142 142 8,808
50 44 Rhode Island 1.5 1.5 0,129 129 8,370
United States 12.2 5.4 495,322 218,787 4,054,485

[2] Note: Kansas, New Jersey and Rhode Island report hydroelectric power as "not measured" and these values are assumed to be zero.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Electric Power Monthly, February 2014". Energy Information Administration (EIA) U.S. Department of Energy. Retrieved 2014-02-22. 
  2. ^ "Electric Power Monthly, February 2013". Energy Information Administration (EIA) U.S. Department of Energy. Retrieved 2013-03-14. 

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