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Data for March 2015  |  Release Date: May 26, 2015  |  Next Release: June 26, 2015 
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Table 1.14.B. Net Generation from Renewable Sources Excluding Hydroelectric
by State, by Sector, Year-to-Date through March 2015 and 2014 (Thousand Megawatthours)

  Electric Power Sector  
Census Division
and State
All Sectors Electric Utilities Independent
Power Producers
Commercial Sector Industrial Sector
  March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD Percentage
Change
March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD
New England 2,843 2,687 5.8% 262 267 2,076 1,872 54 51 450 496
Connecticut 199 196 1.5% 0 0 191 188 8 8 0 0
Maine 1,329 1,288 3.2% 0 0 856 767 24 24 449 496
Massachusetts 465 407 14.3% 21 21 433 377 10 9 NM 0
New Hampshire 534 512 4.4% 85 100 441 402 8 9 0 0
Rhode Island 66 51 28.2% 0 0 63 51 NM 0 0 0
Vermont 250 233 7.3% 157 147 93 86 NM NM 0 0
Middle Atlantic 3,979 3,894 2.2% 20 9 3,575 3,513 161 146 223 227
New Jersey 406 359 13.2% 20 9 305 285 80 65 NM NM
New York 1,840 1,820 1.1% 0 0 1,720 1,696 53 55 67 70
Pennsylvania 1,734 1,715 1.1% 0 0 1,550 1,532 28 27 156 156
East North Central 7,908 7,903 0.1% 749 794 6,659 6,627 48 42 452 439
Illinois 3,092 3,393 -8.9% NM NM 3,089 3,390 NM NM 0 0
Indiana 1,382 1,104 25.1% 75 76 1,291 1,013 5 5 11 11
Michigan 2,029 1,861 9.0% 314 276 1,486 1,362 38 32 191 190
Ohio 551 585 -5.8% 9 8 446 482 NM NM 95 94
Wisconsin 854 960 -11.0% 347 431 348 381 5 4 154 144
West North Central 14,557 14,857 -2.0% 4,815 4,531 9,570 10,146 37 36 135 144
Iowa 5,079 4,952 2.6% 2,975 2,715 2,091 2,223 7 8 5 7
Kansas 2,587 2,936 -11.9% 215 241 2,372 2,695 0 0 0 0
Minnesota 2,994 3,183 -5.9% 638 689 2,220 2,348 15 14 122 132
Missouri 320 377 -15.1% 10 9 298 356 10 10 NM NM
Nebraska 912 624 46.2% 79 73 828 547 5 4 0 0
North Dakota 1,850 1,935 -4.4% 705 605 1,138 1,326 0 0 6 4
South Dakota 814 850 -4.3% 192 198 622 652 0 0 0 0
South Atlantic 5,475 5,295 3.4% 465 448 2,448 2,281 118 112 2,443 2,454
Delaware 27 26 1.9% NM NM 24 23 NM NM 0 0
District of Columbia 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Florida 1,266 1,283 -1.3% 56 62 685 714 13 9 514 498
Georgia 1,073 1,011 6.1% NM 0 180 171 8 7 883 834
Maryland 297 264 12.4% NM NM 247 209 12 11 36 42
North Carolina 883 776 13.8% NM NM 558 434 34 34 289 306
South Carolina 506 575 -12.0% 112 114 24 25 0 0 370 435
Virginia 946 880 7.5% 289 267 254 225 51 51 352 338
West Virginia 477 480 -0.6% 0 0 477 480 0 0 0 0
East South Central 1,532 1,567 -2.2% 23 24 112 90 NM NM 1,397 1,452
Alabama 787 800 -1.6% 0 0 56 48 0 0 731 751
Kentucky 124 128 -2.9% 23 23 0 0 0 0 102 105
Mississippi 342 378 -9.4% 0.05 1 NM 3 0 0 339 374
Tennessee 278 262 6.4% 0 0 53 39 NM NM 225 222
West South Central 13,550 14,842 -8.7% 423 521 11,762 13,017 19 11 1,346 1,293
Arkansas 401 386 3.8% 0 0 31 29 NM NM 369 356
Louisiana 682 646 5.5% 0 0 17 18 0 0 664 628
Oklahoma 3,147 3,172 -0.8% 335 443 2,734 2,649 0 0 79 79
Texas 9,321 10,638 -12.4% 88 78 8,980 10,321 18 10 234 229
Mountain 7,668 8,253 -7.1% 901 1,031 6,662 7,110 18 16 86 95
Arizona 805 810 -0.7% 111 81 690 724 4 4 0 0
Colorado 2,160 2,125 1.6% 40 58 2,114 2,062 5 NM NM NM
Idaho 782 980 -20.2% 38 52 658 834 0 0 85 94
Montana 652 604 8.0% 76 75 576 529 0 0 0 0
Nevada 1,257 1,038 21.1% 0 0 1,249 1,031 8 7 NM NM
New Mexico 549 796 -31.0% 27 19 522 776 NM NM 0 0
Utah 268 324 -17.3% 65 74 203 251 0 0 0 0
Wyoming 1,195 1,576 -24.2% 545 674 650 903 0 0 0 0
Pacific Contiguous 12,551 13,038 -3.7% 1,498 1,836 10,201 10,288 268 280 584 635
California 9,365 8,896 5.3% 454 575 8,484 7,862 260 272 167 186
Oregon 1,399 1,980 -29.3% 189 278 1,066 1,546 5 5 140 151
Washington 1,787 2,162 -17.3% 856 982 650 880 NM 2 278 297
Pacific Noncontiguous 321 328 -2.1% 45 36 183 203 58 57 35 32
Alaska 56 59 -4.4% 28 31 13 14 12 11 NM 2
Hawaii 264 269 -1.6% 17 5 170 189 46 45 32 30
U.S. Total 70,384 72,665 -3.1% 9,202 9,498 53,247 55,147 783 752 7,152 7,267

NM = Not meaningful due to large relative standard error or excessive percentage change.
Notes: See Glossary for definitions. Values are preliminary. See Technical Notes for a discussion of the sample design for the Form EIA-923.
Negative generation denotes that electric power consumed for plant use exceeds gross generation.
Totals may not equal sum of components because of independent rounding. Percentage change is calculated before rounding.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-923, Power Plant Operations Report.