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    Virginia Direct Use and Heat Pump Geothermal Energy Billion BTU

    Energy Source Commercial Sector 1 Residential Sector 2 Total 3
    2006 527.51 389.14 916.65
    2005 494.48 335.87 830.35
    2004 421.35 293.77 715.13
    2003 372.28 270.83 643.1
    2002 272.00 208.90 480.90
    2001 250.00 191.90 441.90
    2000 213.00 170.90 383.90
    1999 213.00 170.90 383.90
    1998 215.90 147.71 363.61
    1997 162.84 142.58 305.42
    1996 145.87 133.37 279.24
    1995 113.42 126.04 239.46
    1994 97.69 117.98 215.67
    1993 76.75 127.96 204.71
    1992 59.09 120.31 179.40
    1991 40.55 111.60 152.15
    1990 22.16 102.91 125.07
    1989 2.90 92.90 95.80

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    Notes:
  • 1 Labled in EIA report as GECCB
  • 2 Labled in EIA report as GERCB
  • 3 Labled in EIA report as GETCB
  • Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.


  • Source:
  • Data for all years including revisions for earlier years, State Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates (SEDS), EIA.


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