State-By-State Breakdown

January 2010
United States Power Report;2010, p21
Industry Profile
The article offers information on the power generation by the individual state in the U.S., its percentage to energy generation, and the non-fossil fuel use as surveyed by the Business Monitor International Ltd. It shows the energy production of the states including the 404.8TWh in Texas, 222.4TWh, and 219.6TWh in Pennsylvania. It elaborates each states' power generation and consumption as well as the energy production and demand forecast.


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