State-By-State Breakdown

July 2009
United States Power Report;2009, p23
Industry Profile
The article offers an overview of the power generation by individual states in the U.S. It notes the presence of more than 50 hydro-electric power plants in Alaska in which three of those are among the 10 biggest generators in the U.S. It mentions the capability of the Delmarva Power, a leading power provider with more than 40% market share, to power 498,000 homes and businesses in Delaware. The employment of the coal mining industry in Kentucky is cited.


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