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Data for May 2022 Release Date: July 26, 2022 Next Release Date: August 24, 2022 full reportPDF
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Table 1.11.A. Utility Scale Facility Net Generation from Renewable Sources Excluding Hydroelectric
by State, by Sector, May 2022 and 2021 (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 2022 May 2021 Percentage
Change
May 2022 May 2021 May 2022 May 2021 May 2022 May 2021 May 2022 May 2021
New England 1,095 1,082 1.1% 44 58 976 938 11 9 63 77
Connecticut 104 108 -3.5% 0.14 0.34 104 107 NM NM NM NM
Maine 393 378 4.0% 0 0 327 300 3 1 63 77
Massachusetts 327 301 8.7% 14 16 307 279 5 5 1 NM
New Hampshire 110 131 -16.3% 0 0 107 128 2 3 0 0
Rhode Island 90 75 19.9% 0 0 89 74 0.48 1 0 0
Vermont 72 90 -20.6% 30 42 42 49 0.09 0.21 0 0
Middle Atlantic 1,428 1,309 9.1% 14 9 1,300 1,186 60 62 54 52
New Jersey 226 222 2.1% 14 9 181 183 31 29 NM 1
New York 716 626 14.3% 0 0 681 593 21 20 14 14
Pennsylvania 486 461 5.5% 0 0 438 410 9 13 39 38
East North Central 5,148 3,685 39.7% 724 515 4,301 3,055 14 14 110 100
Illinois 2,280 1,621 40.6% 13 12 2,266 1,608 NM NM 0 0
Indiana 1,019 697 46.2% 77 74 935 616 2 2 5 5
Michigan 1,057 800 32.2% 423 282 579 466 4 5 52 47
Ohio 435 306 42.2% NM NM 404 276 2 2 28 26
Wisconsin 357 261 37.0% 209 145 118 89 6 5 25 22
West North Central 11,853 10,455 13.4% 4,151 3,821 7,613 6,557 24 12 65 64
Iowa 3,840 3,296 16.5% 2,797 2,476 1,035 815 2 NM 5 4
Kansas 2,800 2,335 20.0% 209 266 2,589 2,067 NM NM NM 0
Minnesota 1,518 1,390 9.3% 384 310 1,060 1,012 17 9 58 59
Missouri 606 566 7.1% 127 151 476 415 2 0.04 0.29 0.23
Nebraska 975 831 17.2% 35 33 937 797 2 1 0 0
North Dakota 1,411 1,250 12.9% 482 465 929 785 0 NM 0 0
South Dakota 703 787 -10.7% 116 120 586 666 0 0 NM NM
South Atlantic 5,621 5,061 11.1% 1,626 1,327 3,134 2,874 46 35 815 825
Delaware 12 13 -9.0% NM NM 10 11 1 0.33 1 NM
District of Columbia 8 8 1.6% 0 0 3 3 5 5 0 0
Florida 1,545 1,381 11.9% 1,171 977 205 245 16 2 154 156
Georgia 1,155 1,061 8.9% 70 72 779 675 NM NM 306 313
Maryland 137 134 2.2% NM 1 133 130 3 3 0 0
North Carolina 1,392 1,305 6.7% 82 76 1,196 1,111 11 12 103 106
South Carolina 459 452 1.5% 6 7 311 314 0 0 142 131
Virginia 771 600 28.5% 296 193 356 277 10 12 109 118
West Virginia 141 107 31.4% 0 0 141 107 0 0 0 0
East South Central 686 622 10.2% 16 16 238 141 NM NM 432 465
Alabama 350 326 7.4% 3 3 98 46 0 0 250 278
Kentucky 36 34 5.3% 13 13 NM 1 0 0 22 19
Mississippi 162 164 -1.5% 0 0 53 47 0 0 108 117
Tennessee 138 98 41.0% 0 0.02 86 46 NM NM 51 51
West South Central 19,284 14,065 37.1% 367 160 18,547 13,560 7 7 362 337
Arkansas 157 133 18.4% NM NM 76 55 1 2 79 76
Louisiana 204 178 14.7% 5 5 19 17 0 0 180 155
Oklahoma 3,859 2,958 30.4% 286 130 3,545 2,801 0 0 27 27
Texas 15,064 10,796 39.5% 74 25 14,907 10,688 6 5 77 78
Mountain 7,900 6,312 25.1% 1,425 1,086 6,379 5,083 62 67 34 77
Arizona 995 938 6.1% 75 79 918 856 NM 2 0 0
Colorado 1,835 1,454 26.3% 439 372 1,394 1,079 2 2 0.24 0.24
Idaho 352 341 3.2% 18 16 301 300 2 3 32 23
Montana 325 203 60.0% 84 24 239 178 0 0 1 2
Nevada 1,371 1,074 27.6% 20 21 1,296 995 54 58 0.30 0.27
New Mexico 1,638 1,174 39.5% 319 266 1,318 908 NM NM 0 0
Utah 532 520 2.3% 16 15 515 504 1 1 0 0
Wyoming 851 608 39.9% 453 292 398 265 0 0 0 52
Pacific Contiguous 9,724 9,115 6.7% 858 844 8,581 7,984 85 81 200 205
California 7,452 6,968 6.9% 233 226 7,057 6,590 81 77 82 76
Oregon 1,227 1,207 1.6% 155 190 1,031 970 3 3 38 44
Washington 1,045 940 11.2% 470 428 494 424 1 NM 80 86
Pacific Noncontiguous 154 152 1.7% 16 16 123 125 15 10 NM 0
Alaska 15 13 9.9% 7 6 NM NM 3 3 NM 0
Hawaii 139 138 0.9% 9 10 119 120 12 8 0 0
U.S. Total 62,893 51,858 21.3% 9,239 7,854 51,193 41,502 326 299 2,135 2,204

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.