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Table F22: Nuclear Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2021

Table F22: Nuclear Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates, 2021




State
Nuclear Electric Power Nuclear Fuel
Consumption Prices Expenditures
Million Kilowatthours Trillion Btu Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars
Alabama 46,036 480.9 0.63 303.7
Alaska 0 0.0
Arizona 31,630 330.4 0.65 215.6
Arkansas 13,556 141.6 0.53 75.2
California 16,477 172.1 0.71 121.9
Colorado 0 0.0
Connecticut 17,217 179.8 0.73 131.1
Delaware 0 0.0
Dist. of Col. 0 0.0
Florida 28,058 293.1 0.55 159.8
Georgia 33,952 354.7 0.75 265.9
Hawaii 0 0.0
Idaho 0 0.0
Illinois 96,994 1,013.2 0.66 667.5
Indiana 0 0.0
Iowa 0 0.0
Kansas 8,575 89.6 0.62 55.1
Kentucky 0 0.0
Louisiana 17,249 180.2 0.53 96.3
Maine 0 0.0
Maryland 14,994 156.6 0.73 114.1
Massachusetts 0 0.0
Michigan 34,338 358.7 0.56 199.2
Minnesota 14,123 147.5 0.77 114.1
Mississippi 11,772 123.0 0.53 64.8
Missouri 4,292 44.8 1.28 57.6
Montana 0 0.0
Nebraska 6,881 71.9 0.61 43.9
Nevada 0 0.0
New Hampshire 9,856 103.0 0.73 75.0
New Jersey 28,142 294.0 0.69 203.1
New Mexico 0 0.0
New York 31,177 325.7 0.64 208.3
North Carolina 43,118 450.4 0.80 361.7
North Dakota 0 0.0
Ohio 17,483 182.6 0.66 121.1
Oklahoma 0 0.0
Oregon 0 0.0
Pennsylvania 75,903 792.9 0.63 502.1
Rhode Island 0 0.0
South Carolina 53,771 561.7 1.00 564.1
South Dakota 0 0.0
Tennessee 35,330 369.1 0.73 269.0
Texas 40,211 420.0 0.73 306.1
Utah 0 0.0
Vermont 0 0.0
Virginia 28,572 298.5 0.56 166.5
Washington 8,511 88.9 0.61 54.3
West Virginia 0 0.0
Wisconsin 9,970 104.1 0.73 75.9
Wyoming 0 0.0

United States
778,188 8,129.0 0.69 5,593.1
— = 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.