Special Report

States Producing the Most Renewable Energy

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50. Delaware
> Electricity from renewables: 1.6% (118,065 MWh)
> Total electricity generation: 7.5 million MWh (3rd lowest)
> Largest renewable energy source: Biomass (other than wood) (62,815 MWh)
> 10 yr. renewable energy growth: 145.4% (20th highest)

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49. Ohio
> Electricity from renewables: 2.3% (2.7 million MWh)
> Total electricity generation: 119.6 million MWh (10th highest)
> Largest renewable energy source: Wind (1.6 million MWh)
> 10 yr. renewable energy growth: 219.1% (14th highest)

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48. New Jersey
> Electricity from renewables: 2.5% (1.9 million MWh)
> Total electricity generation: 75.6 million MWh (20th highest)
> Largest renewable energy source: Biomass (other than wood) (928,777 MWh)
> 10 yr. renewable energy growth: 118.7% (24th highest)

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47. Florida
> Electricity from renewables: 2.6% (6.1 million MWh)
> Total electricity generation: 238.4 million MWh (2nd highest)
> Largest renewable energy source: Biomass (other than wood) (2.8 million MWh)
> 10 yr. renewable energy growth: 36.9% (11th lowest)

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46. Mississippi
> Electricity from renewables: 2.6% (1.6 million MWh)
> Total electricity generation: 59.7 million MWh (24th lowest)
> Largest renewable energy source: Wood and wood derived fuels (1.5 million MWh)
> 10 yr. renewable energy growth: 4.7% (3rd lowest)

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