U.S. Energy Information Administration - EIA - Independent Statistics and Analysis
Posted December 11, 2013Today in Energy
Coal, natural gas, and hydroelectric sources continue to contribute the majority of overall electricity generation in the West. However, a combination of aggressive state renewable portfolio standards, continued federal tax credits, grants, and other support has encouraged the increased use of non-hydro renewable sources of electricity generation (the green portion of the graph) in the West. More›
Source: EIA, Electricity Monthly Update
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up$12.95 from year earlier
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up$0.777 from year earlier
12/9/2013: $3.956 /gal
up$0.039 from week earlier
down$0.026 from year earlier
12/6/2013: 375.2 mmbbl
down10.6 mmbbl from week earlier
up2.6 mmbbl from year earlier
11/30/2013: 19.013 million tons
down0.680 million tons from week earlier
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