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Table F22: Nuclear Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2020

Table F22: Nuclear Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2020




State
Nuclear Electric Power Nuclear Fuel
Consumption Prices Expenditures
Million Kilowatthours Trillion Btu Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars
Alabama 43,551 454.8 0.67 306.0
Alaska 0 0.0
Arizona 31,552 329.5 0.70 232.2
Arkansas 15,063 157.3 0.59 92.8
California 16,259 169.8 0.65 110.5
Colorado 0 0.0
Connecticut 15,715 164.1 0.62 101.8
Delaware 0 0.0
Dist. of Col. 0 0.0
Florida 29,419 307.2 0.54 167.0
Georgia 32,826 342.8 0.77 262.5
Hawaii 0 0.0
Idaho 0 0.0
Illinois 100,246 1,046.8 0.64 666.8
Indiana 0 0.0
Iowa 2,905 30.3 0.65 19.7
Kansas 10,582 110.5 0.56 62.4
Kentucky 0 0.0
Louisiana 16,950 177.0 0.55 98.1
Maine 0 0.0
Maryland 15,081 157.5 0.62 97.7
Massachusetts 0 0.0
Michigan 30,333 316.7 0.51 162.3
Minnesota 14,677 153.3 0.81 123.5
Mississippi 6,471 67.6 0.38 25.6
Missouri 7,742 80.8 0.84 68.1
Montana 0 0.0
Nebraska 6,189 64.6 0.65 41.9
Nevada 0 0.0
New Hampshire 9,865 103.0 0.62 63.9
New Jersey 26,738 279.2 0.63 176.3
New Mexico 0 0.0
New York 38,430 401.3 0.64 255.4
North Carolina 42,329 442.0 0.60 263.5
North Dakota 0 0.0
Ohio 18,219 190.2 0.64 121.2
Oklahoma 0 0.0
Oregon 0 0.0
Pennsylvania 76,521 799.0 0.64 513.3
Rhode Island 0 0.0
South Carolina 54,751 571.7 0.61 350.5
South Dakota 0 0.0
Tennessee 36,688 383.1 0.62 237.8
Texas 41,439 432.7 0.62 268.6
Utah 0 0.0
Vermont 0 0.0
Virginia 30,140 314.7 0.57 178.7
Washington 9,427 98.4 0.65 63.8
West Virginia 0 0.0
Wisconsin 9,771 102.0 0.62 63.3
Wyoming 0 0.0

United States
789,879 8,247.9 0.63 5,195.2
— = No consumption. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
Notes: Nuclear energy is used only in the electric power sector. · Totals may not equal sum of
components due to independent rounding.