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- Nearly half of all New Hampshire households relied on fuel oil for heat in 2014.
- New Hampshire is third in the nation, after Maine and Vermont, in the proportion of its net electric generation that comes from biomass, mainly wood and wood byproducts.
- Seabrook, the largest nuclear power reactor in New England, provided 47% of New Hampshire’s 2015 net electricity generation.
- Natural gas accounted for 30% of New Hampshire’s net electricity generation in 2015; the record high share for natural gas generation was 37% in 2012.
- New Hampshire's renewable portfolio standard requires 24.8% of electricity sold in the state to come from renewable energy resources by 2025. Of New Hampshire's 2015 net electricity generation, 17% came from renewable energy.
Last Updated: June 16, 2016
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