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Posted November 23, 2020 Today in Energy

New York generated the fourth most electricity from renewable sources of any state in 2019 ›

In 2019, more electricity was generated from renewable sources in New York than in all but three states, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Electric Power Monthly. New York’s 39.4 million megawatthours (MWh) of renewable electricity generation was more than any other state east of the Mississippi River and accounted for 30% of the state’s total electricity generation in 2019. More

top 10 renewable electricity generating states by source

Source: EIA, Electric Power Monthly

Data Highlights

Retail gasoline price

11/23/2020: $2.102/gal

down$0.009 from week earlier
down$0.477 from year earlier

Retail diesel price

11/23/2020: $2.462/gal

up$0.021 from week earlier
down$0.604 from year earlier

WTI crude oil futures price

11/20/2020: $42.15/barrel

up$2.02 from week earlier
down$16.43 from year earlier

Natural gas futures price

11/20/2020: $2.650/MMBtu

down$0.345 from week earlier
up$0.083 from year earlier

Weekly coal production

11/14/2020: 10.687 million tons

up0.252 million tons from week earlier
down1.978 million tons from year earlier