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Data for May 2019  |  Release date: July 24, 2019  |  Next release: August 26, 2019 
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Table 1.11.A. Utility Scale Facility Net Generation from Renewable Sources Excluding Hydroelectric
by State, by Sector, May 2019 and 2018 (Thousand Megawatthours)

All Sectors Electric Power Sector Commercial Sector Industrial Sector




Electric Utilities Independent
Power Producers



Generation at Utility Scale Facilities Generation at Utility Scale Facilities Generation at Utility Scale Facilities Generation at Utility Scale Facilities Generation at Utility Scale Facilities
Census Division
and State
May 2019 May 2018 Percentage
Change
May 2019 May 2018 May 2019 May 2018 May 2019 May 2018 May 2019 May 2018
New England 1,015 941 8.0% 71 32 847 807 12 12 86 90
Connecticut 89 64 38.3% 0.31 0.34 88 64 NM NM NM NM
Maine 400 386 3.8% 0 0 311 292 4 4 86 89
Massachusetts 230 252 -9.0% 14 6 211 240 4 5 NM 1
New Hampshire 179 147 21.9% 26 5 150 139 3 2 0 0
Rhode Island 39 30 31.2% 0 0 39 29 1 0.44 0 0
Vermont 78 61 27.9% 31 19 48 42 0.22 0.20 0 0
Middle Atlantic 1,289 1,286 0.2% 7 10 1,175 1,145 58 67 48 64
New Jersey 186 212 -12.5% 7 10 152 169 26 32 NM NM
New York 604 586 3.0% 0 0 573 553 21 23 9 11
Pennsylvania 499 488 2.3% 0 0 450 423 10 13 39 52
East North Central 3,024 2,618 15.5% 359 331 2,524 2,132 18 24 124 131
Illinois 1,222 974 25.5% 5 4 1,217 969 NM NM 0 0
Indiana 595 517 15.1% 42 41 546 467 2 2 5 7
Michigan 682 632 8.0% 194 159 435 403 5 12 49 57
Ohio 235 204 15.4% NM NM 208 180 1 1 23 19
Wisconsin 289 291 -0.7% 115 123 119 112 8 8 48 48
West North Central 7,145 5,854 22.1% 2,347 1,775 4,736 4,006 8 13 54 60
Iowa 2,214 1,595 38.9% 1,491 1,021 717 568 2 3 4 3
Kansas 1,707 1,594 7.1% 168 156 1,537 1,437 NM NM 0 0
Minnesota 1,254 1,124 11.6% 241 219 960 844 3 4 50 57
Missouri 256 227 12.8% NM NM 251 220 0.17 2 0.20 0.29
Nebraska 581 367 58.3% 31 19 549 346 1 2 0 0
North Dakota 903 754 19.8% 345 298 558 456 NM 0 NM 0
South Dakota 230 193 19.1% 66 57 164 136 0 0 0 0
South Atlantic 3,542 3,299 7.4% 649 458 1,980 1,862 40 44 873 935
Delaware 11 12 -8.6% NM NM 9 9 0.43 NM NM 1
District of Columbia 6 5 25.2% 0 0 NM 0 4 5 0 0
Florida 816 623 30.9% 414 210 234 237 4 5 164 171
Georgia 637 633 0.6% 33 31 285 268 NM NM 319 334
Maryland 143 132 8.1% NM NM 131 119 3 3 9 10
North Carolina 1,031 1,006 2.5% 41 47 870 828 12 14 109 117
South Carolina 289 289 0.1% 37 38 111 93 0 0 141 159
Virginia 457 461 -1.0% 123 129 186 171 16 17 131 144
West Virginia 152 138 10.2% 0 0 152 138 0 0 0 0
East South Central 629 657 -4.2% 18 18 140 124 NM NM 471 514
Alabama 327 337 -2.9% NM NM 60 58 0 0 263 275
Kentucky 44 47 -6.8% 14 14 NM NM 0 0 29 32
Mississippi 142 174 -18.3% 0 0 36 39 0 0 107 136
Tennessee 116 99 17.1% NM 0 43 26 NM NM 72 72
West South Central 11,204 10,774 4.0% 162 158 10,668 10,143 6 9 369 464
Arkansas 140 154 -8.8% NM NM 28 30 0.47 0.44 112 123
Louisiana 164 244 -32.5% NM NM NM NM 0 0 157 236
Oklahoma 2,536 2,487 2.0% 138 136 2,370 2,324 0 0 28 27
Texas 8,364 7,889 6.0% 24 22 8,263 7,781 6 8 72 78
Mountain 4,523 4,251 6.4% 492 323 3,945 3,881 49 13 37 34
Arizona 630 661 -4.6% 64 73 565 587 NM NM 0 0
Colorado 1,076 916 17.5% 192 29 881 883 NM NM 0.27 0.30
Idaho 324 315 2.8% 15 14 272 268 1 0.49 35 32
Montana 191 161 18.4% 20 16 170 144 0 0 1 1
Nevada 854 841 1.6% 4 5 806 828 44 8 0.23 0.23
New Mexico 740 680 8.7% 28 28 711 652 NM NM 0 0
Utah 347 359 -3.4% 22 23 325 335 0 1 0 0
Wyoming 362 319 13.6% 147 136 216 183 0 0 0 0
Pacific Contiguous 7,611 7,582 0.4% 690 722 6,667 6,557 54 80 200 223
California 6,071 5,995 1.3% 209 244 5,743 5,605 51 76 68 69
Oregon 791 859 -8.0% 129 159 624 655 2 3 36 42
Washington 749 727 2.9% 351 318 300 296 NM 1 97 112
Pacific Noncontiguous 154 138 11.7% 17 12 115 108 22 18 NM NM
Alaska 16 16 -2.9% 8 8 4 NM 3 4 NM NM
Hawaii 139 122 13.6% 9 4 111 104 18 14 0 0
U.S. Total 40,139 37,401 7.3% 4,812 3,840 32,797 30,765 266 281 2,263 2,516

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.