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Table E14. Electric power sector energy expenditure estimates, 2022
(million dollars)

Table E14. Electric power sector energy expenditure estimates, 2022 (million dollars)



State



Coal


Natural
gas a
Petroleum

Nuclear
fuel
Biomass

Electricity
imports c


Total
energy d


Distillate
fuel oil


Petroleum
coke


Residual
fuel oil


Total
Wood and
waste b
Alabama 744 3,583 11 11 285 1 4,624
Alaska 44 150 140 140 333
Arizona 421 2,939 10 10 220 8 3,599
Arkansas 487 1,350 17 17 74 2 1,929
California 6,595 8 8 111 154 314 7,183
Colorado 439 956 10 10 6 1,410
Connecticut 1,500 10 70 80 101 24 1,705
Delaware 6 213 23 7 30 2 250
Dist. of Col.
Florida 608 11,859 123 65 10 198 156 91 12,911
Georgia 676 3,538 62 62 256 71 4,604
Hawaii 30 353 1,271 1,624 3 1,657
Idaho 333 (s) (s) 5 337
Illinois 816 994 10 10 641 4 2,464
Indiana 1,601 1,520 36 36 2 3,160
Iowa 332 331 35 35 4 703
Kansas 423 216 32 32 59 2 732
Kentucky 1,194 934 32 1 32 1 2,161
Louisiana 244 2,630 5 181 186 93 4 3,156
Maine 6 230 1 68 69 51 147 502
Maryland 164 831 36 13 48 91 16 1,149
Massachusetts 1,049 85 53 138 22 1,209
Michigan 892 2,197 28 23 1 52 145 60 355 3,701
Minnesota 391 534 15 15 118 9 355 1,422
Mississippi 253 2,498 2 2 56 (s) 2,809
Missouri 1,050 750 57 57 65 1,922
Montana 269 33 3 38 41 (s) 10 354
Nebraska 266 106 11 11 38 2 423
Nevada 102 1,546 3 3 2 1,652
New Hampshire 18 291 55 25 80 67 32 487
New Jersey 32 1,789 21 21 179 13 2,035
New Mexico 400 601 7 7 1 1,008
New York 3,604 153 191 344 177 42 928 5,095
North Carolina 540 3,526 74 74 250 26 4,416
North Dakota 474 126 9 9 419 1,028
Ohio 1,258 3,023 124 17 142 109 13 4,545
Oklahoma 265 2,231 8 8 1 2,505
Oregon 797 (s) (s) 18 815
Pennsylvania 855 5,562 80 3 84 503 45 7,048
Rhode Island 458 12 12 6 476
South Carolina 525 1,385 55 55 325 14 2,305
South Dakota 43 91 6 6 140
Tennessee 618 720 57 57 219 2 1,616
Texas 2,128 11,771 82 82 255 25 10 14,272
Utah 497 685 9 9 2 1,193
Vermont (s) 1 1 16 928 946
Virginia 111 2,550 122 4 126 169 110 3,065
Washington 130 700 6 6 66 14 392 1,308
West Virginia 1,194 121 43 43 (s) 1,358
Wisconsin 543 1,039 9 9 18 62 35 1,697
Wyoming 594 86 14 14 694

United States
21,683 90,567 2,108 334 1,714 4,156 4,890 960 3,857 126,113
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
bWood, wood-derived fuels, and biomass waste. Notes: Expenditure totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding. · The
electric power sector consists of electricity-only and combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plants within the
NAICS 22 category whose primary business is to sell electricity, or electricity and heat, to the public.
cElectricity imported from Canada and Mexico. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
dThere are no direct fuel costs for hydroelectric, geothermal, solar, or wind energy. Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See Technical Notes.
http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/
— = No consumption.