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Data for April 2021 Release Date: June 24, 2021 Next Release Date: July 26, 2021 full reportPDF
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Table 1.11.A. Utility Scale Facility Net Generation from Renewable Sources Excluding Hydroelectric
by State, by Sector, April 2021 and 2020 (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
April 2021 April 2020 Percentage
Change
April 2021 April 2020 April 2021 April 2020 April 2021 April 2020 April 2021 April 2020
New England 1,019 1,021 -0.1% 56 51 868 866 11 12 85 92
Connecticut 83 78 6.0% 0.35 0.25 82 77 NM NM NM NM
Maine 395 421 -6.1% 0 0 311 328 1 2 84 91
Massachusetts 280 260 7.7% 16 18 258 235 5 6 NM NM
New Hampshire 113 123 -8.1% 0 0 110 120 3 3 0 0
Rhode Island 68 61 12.0% 0 0 68 60 1 1 0 0
Vermont 79 77 3.0% 40 33 39 44 0.18 0.15 0 0
Middle Atlantic 1,455 1,504 -3.3% 9 8 1,340 1,398 59 57 46 41
New Jersey 231 210 9.9% 9 8 191 173 30 28 NM NM
New York 698 741 -5.8% 0 0 665 711 18 18 16 13
Pennsylvania 526 553 -4.9% 0 0 485 514 12 11 29 27
East North Central 4,243 3,685 15.2% 549 426 3,565 3,124 12 15 117 120
Illinois 1,906 1,706 11.7% 10 13 1,895 1,692 NM NM 0 0
Indiana 849 699 21.6% 72 47 771 644 2 1 5 5
Michigan 888 736 20.7% 331 238 509 449 4 4 45 45
Ohio 330 276 19.5% NM NM 296 244 2 1 30 29
Wisconsin 270 268 0.5% 134 125 94 95 NM 7 37 41
West North Central 11,484 9,076 26.5% 4,123 3,167 7,291 5,845 16 9 54 54
Iowa 3,724 3,053 22.0% 2,791 2,198 926 848 2 3 5 4
Kansas 2,465 2,034 21.2% 187 159 2,276 1,873 NM NM 0 0
Minnesota 1,567 1,364 14.9% 337 257 1,171 1,053 11 4 48 50
Missouri 662 287 130.5% 101 4 559 283 1 0.06 0.26 0.23
Nebraska 939 721 30.2% 36 37 902 683 1 1 0 0
North Dakota 1,227 1,176 4.3% 516 445 710 731 NM NM 0 0
South Dakota 901 441 104.3% 155 67 746 374 0 0 0 0
South Atlantic 4,737 4,009 18.2% 1,159 780 2,727 2,327 38 36 813 866
Delaware 12 11 4.3% NM NM 10 9 0.50 1 NM NM
District of Columbia 7 7 3.9% 0 0 NM NM 5 5 0 0
Florida 1,227 939 30.6% 826 558 241 214 2 4 157 162
Georgia 904 808 11.9% 67 31 529 434 NM NM 307 342
Maryland 153 139 9.3% NM NM 145 136 6 3 0 0
North Carolina 1,284 1,144 12.2% 80 61 1,089 971 12 11 104 102
South Carolina 457 343 33.4% 7 8 301 195 0 0 149 140
Virginia 524 411 27.6% 177 120 239 159 12 13 96 119
West Virginia 170 206 -17.7% 0 0 170 206 0 0 0 0
East South Central 599 622 -3.8% 15 15 139 132 NM NM 445 476
Alabama 316 329 -3.7% 3 3 44 41 0 0 270 285
Kentucky 35 34 4.4% 12 12 1 1 0 0 23 21
Mississippi 164 158 3.6% 0 0 47 45 0 0 117 113
Tennessee 83 102 -18.2% NM NM 47 44 NM NM 36 57
West South Central 14,133 11,497 22.9% 176 159 13,629 10,977 7 8 321 353
Arkansas 122 96 27.0% NM NM 51 25 2 2 69 69
Louisiana 179 192 -6.7% 5 5 19 7 0 0 155 180
Oklahoma 3,357 2,705 24.1% 145 130 3,184 2,547 0 0 28 28
Texas 10,474 8,503 23.2% 26 24 10,374 8,398 5 5 69 77
Mountain 6,017 4,734 27.1% 1,018 555 4,858 4,089 53 55 87 35
Arizona 768 650 18.1% 69 69 696 580 NM NM 0 0
Colorado 1,495 1,058 41.2% 382 189 1,110 865 NM NM 0.28 0.29
Idaho 347 365 -4.8% 17 17 311 312 2 2 17 33
Montana 235 271 -13.2% 23 23 210 245 0 0 2 2
Nevada 946 871 8.5% 20 19 882 806 44 46 0.26 0.24
New Mexico 1,092 825 32.3% 232 35 860 790 NM NM 0 0
Utah 452 306 47.8% 12 NM 439 293 1 1 0 0
Wyoming 682 388 75.7% 263 191 351 197 0 0 68 0
Pacific Contiguous 8,526 7,265 17.4% 822 732 7,432 6,261 82 81 191 190
California 6,380 5,389 18.4% 224 175 6,012 5,080 78 78 65 57
Oregon 1,173 990 18.4% 173 136 957 809 2 2 40 43
Washington 973 885 9.9% 424 421 463 373 NM 1 85 90
Pacific Noncontiguous 156 140 11.1% 20 20 119 105 17 16 NM 0
Alaska 18 19 -4.3% 10 10 NM 5 3 3 NM 0
Hawaii 138 122 13.5% 10 10 114 99 15 12 0 0
U.S. Total 52,369 43,553 20.2% 7,947 5,912 41,968 35,123 296 290 2,158 2,228

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.