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Table C13. Renewable Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2019

Table C13. Renewable Energy Consumption Estimates by Source, Ranked by State, 2019


Rank
Biomass a Geothermal Hydroelectric Power b Solar c Wind
State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu State Trillion Btu
1 California 308.0 California 99.3 Washington 587.9 California 405.7 Texas 744.6
2 Iowa 265.0 Nevada 36.4 California 341.5 Arizona 73.3 Oklahoma 258.3
3 Texas 262.4 Florida 10.1 New York 272.7 North Carolina 69.1 Iowa 234.2
4 Georgia 256.1 Michigan 5.2 Oregon 270.0 Florida 68.4 Kansas 188.1
5 Florida 235.1 Indiana 4.6 Alabama 101.6 Nevada 50.0 Illinois 128.8
6 Alabama 193.3 Utah 3.6 Idaho 92.0 Texas 48.4 California 122.3
7 Minnesota 175.4 Ohio 3.4 Tennessee 90.2 New Jersey 31.7 North Dakota 99.9
8 Michigan 169.3 Oregon 2.9 Montana 89.1 Massachusetts 29.5 Minnesota 97.6
9 Pennsylvania 166.1 Kentucky 2.7 South Dakota 70.5 Utah 23.6 Colorado 96.6
10 New York 161.9 Texas 2.5 Arizona 55.3 New York 22.5 Nebraska 64.2
11 Wisconsin 159.1 Idaho 2.4 North Carolina 55.1 Georgia 22.3 New Mexico 61.4
12 Illinois 155.3 Pennsylvania 2.2 Kentucky 37.7 Colorado 16.8 Washington 59.5
13 Washington 147.1 Illinois 2.0 Arkansas 36.8 New Mexico 15.0 Oregon 58.5
14 North Carolina 145.7 South Dakota 1.9 Georgia 35.2 Hawaii 14.3 Indiana 55.4
15 Virginia 144.5 Louisiana 1.8 Oklahoma 34.8 Maryland 13.1 Michigan 51.9
16 Louisiana 134.3 Virginia 1.7 Pennsylvania 31.2 Minnesota 12.3 New York 39.7
17 Ohio 130.4 Iowa 1.3 Maine 31.2 South Carolina 10.6 Wyoming 37.1
18 South Carolina 128.6 Nebraska 1.2 North Dakota 28.3 Virginia 10.2 Pennsylvania 28.9
19 Nebraska 121.4 New York 1.2 South Carolina 26.5 Oregon 9.4 Missouri 25.4
20 Indiana 118.6 Washington 1.1 Wisconsin 23.5 Connecticut 7.5 South Dakota 24.8
21 Oregon 102.3 Minnesota 1.1 Nevada 20.0 Pennsylvania 5.9 Idaho 22.7
22 Maine 100.3 North Dakota 1.0 Missouri 19.7 Idaho 5.5 Maine 22.2
23 Tennessee 96.7 Kansas 1.0 Maryland 19.5 Indiana 4.2 Montana 21.1
24 Arkansas 92.3 North Carolina 1.0 Colorado 16.1 Tennessee 3.8 Ohio 18.2
25 Missouri 71.8 Mississippi 1.0 West Virginia 15.2 Alabama 3.6 Wisconsin 16.7
26 South Dakota 69.4 New Mexico 0.9 Michigan 14.7 Missouri 3.5 West Virginia 14.5
27 Mississippi 66.2 Massachusetts 0.9 Alaska 14.5 Illinois 3.5 Utah 7.3
28 Kentucky 60.4 Arkansas 0.8 Virginia 13.5 Ohio 3.3 Arizona 4.9
29 Massachusetts 58.6 Colorado 0.8 Texas 13.1 Mississippi 3.0 Hawaii 4.7
30 Oklahoma 53.4 Wyoming 0.7 New Hampshire 13.0 Vermont 2.8 North Carolina 4.7
31 New Jersey 52.4 South Carolina 0.6 Louisiana 12.2 Michigan 2.8 Maryland 4.6
32 Idaho 48.9 Wisconsin 0.6 Nebraska 11.9 Washington 2.3 New Hampshire 3.9
33 Kansas 48.3 Maryland 0.6 Vermont 11.9 Arkansas 2.3 Vermont 3.4
34 Colorado 47.5 New Jersey 0.5 Minnesota 9.4 Louisiana 2.3 Nevada 2.9
35 New Hampshire 44.2 Delaware 0.4 Wyoming 8.8 Rhode Island 2.1 Massachusetts 1.9
36 Maryland 42.1 Missouri 0.4 Massachusetts 8.7 Wyoming 1.7 Rhode Island 1.8
37 Arizona 40.8 Arizona 0.3 Utah 7.8 Delaware 1.6 Alaska 1.3
38 Connecticut 37.4 Montana 0.3 Iowa 7.1 Iowa 1.6 Tennessee 0.3
39 North Dakota 34.2 Georgia 0.3 Connecticut 3.8 Wisconsin 1.5 New Jersey 0.2
40 New Mexico 26.4 Tennessee 0.2 Ohio 3.6 New Hampshire 1.2 Connecticut 0.1
41 Vermont 25.7 Alaska 0.2 Indiana 2.3 District of Columbia 0.9 Delaware (s)
42 Montana 22.9 Alabama 0.1 Florida 1.9 Maine 0.9 Alabama 0.0
43 West Virginia 19.8 Maine 0.1 New Mexico 1.4 Kentucky 0.8 Arkansas 0.0
44 Utah 17.8 Rhode Island 0.1 Illinois 1.1 Oklahoma 0.7 District of Columbia 0.0
45 Nevada 15.9 West Virginia (s) Hawaii 0.8 Montana 0.5 Florida 0.0
46 Hawaii 10.0 New Hampshire (s) New Jersey 0.2 Kansas 0.5 Georgia 0.0
47 Wyoming 8.9 Vermont (s) Kansas 0.2 Nebraska 0.4 Kentucky 0.0
48 Rhode Island 7.8 Oklahoma (s) Rhode Island (s) West Virginia 0.2 Louisiana 0.0
49 Alaska 7.6 District of Columbia (s) Delaware 0.0 Alaska (s) Mississippi 0.0
50 Delaware 6.4 Connecticut (s) District of Columbia 0.0 South Dakota (s) South Carolina 0.0
51 District of Columbia 2.1 Hawaii (s) Mississippi 0.0 North Dakota (s) Virginia 0.0
United States 4,915.7 United States 201.3 United States 2,563.5 United States 1,017.1 United States 2,634.8
aIncludes wood and biomass waste, biodiesel and fuel ethanol, and losses and co-products from biofuel production.
bConventional hydroelectric power.
cSolar thermal and photovoltaic energy.
Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.05 trillion Btu.
Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.