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Data for July 2017  |  Release Date: September 26, 2017  |  Next Release: October 24, 2017 
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Table 1.11.A. Utility Scale Facility Net Generation from Renewable Sources Excluding Hydroelectric
by State, by Sector, July 2017 and 2016 (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
July 2017 July 2016 Percentage
Change
July 2017 July 2016 July 2017 July 2016 July 2017 July 2016 July 2017 July 2016
New England 1,034 909 13.7% 86 78 823 727 18 15 106 89
Connecticut 74 80 -7.2% 0.41 NM 74 79 0 0 0 0
Maine 421 346 21.8% 0 0 306 249 9 8 106 89
Massachusetts 227 205 10.3% NM NM 216 196 5 NM 0.20 NM
New Hampshire 196 185 5.7% 29 31 162 151 4 NM 0 0
Rhode Island 30 21 43.3% 0 0 30 20 0.40 NM 0 0
Vermont 85 71 19.8% 51 40 34 31 0.25 NM 0 0
Middle Atlantic 1,219 1,031 18.2% 11 13 1,064 890 70 59 74 69
New Jersey 217 210 3.3% 11 13 172 162 33 34 NM NM
New York 544 444 22.4% 0 0 504 407 23 19 17 19
Pennsylvania 457 376 21.4% 0 0 388 322 14 5 55 50
East North Central 1,815 1,545 17.4% 214 244 1,441 1,139 21 22 138 140
Illinois 666 459 45.2% NM NM 663 455 NM NM 0 0
Indiana 338 235 43.8% 35 31 296 195 2 NM NM 6
Michigan 450 508 -11.4% 87 119 291 316 14 16 58 57
Ohio 142 128 10.9% NM NM 113 98 NM NM 25 26
Wisconsin 219 216 1.5% 86 88 78 75 4 NM 50 51
West North Central 4,135 3,812 8.5% 1,218 1,206 2,848 2,537 12 14 56 55
Iowa 1,068 1,008 6.0% 661 628 400 371 NM NM 5 6
Kansas 1,195 1,082 10.4% 133 63 1,061 1,019 0 0 0 NM
Minnesota 803 718 11.9% 159 174 590 493 NM NM 50 48
Missouri 144 79 81.9% NM 4 134 69 6 7 0.25 NM
Nebraska 225 224 0.2% 18 19 206 204 1 NM 0 0
North Dakota 579 498 16.3% 210 254 370 244 0 0 0 NM
South Dakota 121 203 -40.6% 33 64 87 139 0 0 0 0
South Atlantic 2,795 2,371 17.9% 272 220 1,578 1,172 32 48 914 931
Delaware 13 14 -5.8% NM NM 11 11 NM NM NM NM
District of Columbia 5 0 -- 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0
Florida 454 415 9.4% 60 21 216 215 NM 4 174 175
Georgia 664 502 32.2% 28 8 291 133 NM NM 345 360
Maryland 114 104 8.9% NM NM 96 91 NM NM 15 10
North Carolina 842 656 28.5% 51 21 694 509 14 20 84 105
South Carolina 253 216 17.2% 36 36 57 39 0 0 160 140
Virginia 334 394 -15.2% 95 131 93 103 12 20 135 140
West Virginia 115 69 65.2% 0 0 115 69 0 0 0 0
East South Central 601 564 6.6% 11 10 85 43 NM NM 505 511
Alabama 304 287 5.7% NM 0 42 23 0 0 257 264
Kentucky 36 41 -11.8% 7 10 1 NM 0 0 28 31
Mississippi 154 134 15.2% 0 0 15 NM 0 0 139 133
Tennessee 107 102 5.2% 0 0 27 19 NM NM 79 82
West South Central 6,578 8,007 -17.8% 111 165 6,007 7,402 5 7 455 432
Arkansas 128 116 10.8% NM NM 10 11 1 NM 118 104
Louisiana 239 229 4.3% 0 0 8 8 0 0 231 220
Oklahoma 1,499 1,754 -14.5% 92 128 1,379 1,599 0 0 27 26
Texas 4,712 5,909 -20.2% 18 37 4,610 5,783 5 7 79 81
Mountain 3,277 2,956 10.9% 254 257 2,977 2,663 15 17 32 19
Arizona 485 480 1.1% 59 60 424 418 NM NM 0 0
Colorado 648 695 -6.9% 19 7 625 684 NM NM 0.09 NM
Idaho 291 232 25.7% NM NM 259 214 1 NM 30 16
Montana 112 126 -11.4% NM 14 99 110 0 0 2 NM
Nevada 742 604 22.9% 4 NM 730 591 8 9 0 NM
New Mexico 429 373 15.0% 25 28 403 344 NM NM 0 0
Utah 314 183 71.4% 23 20 290 162 0.48 NM 0 0
Wyoming 257 263 -2.3% 111 123 146 141 0 0 0 0
Pacific Contiguous 6,645 7,350 -9.6% 752 864 5,582 6,175 80 92 231 219
California 5,009 5,509 -9.1% 229 262 4,646 5,110 76 89 57 48
Oregon 894 922 -3.1% 184 183 662 695 NM NM 45 43
Washington 743 919 -19.1% 340 420 274 370 NM NM 128 127
Pacific Noncontiguous 116 132 -11.8% 15 14 81 89 20 22 NM 7
Alaska NM 14 NM NM NM NM NM 4 4 NM NM
Hawaii 102 117 -13.1% 8 7 78 85 16 18 0 6
U.S. Total 28,215 28,678 -1.6% 2,944 3,071 22,486 22,839 275 298 2,511 2,471

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.