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    Renewable Net Summer Capability by Sector
    (Thousand Kilowatt-Hours)

    Energy Source Hydroelectric Conventional MSW / Landfill Gas Wood / Wood Waste Total
    Total
    2007 675 254 418 1,347
    2006 671 170 410 1,251
    2005 662 168 406 1,236
    2004 758 168 92 1,018
    2003 780 168 408 1,356
    2002 757 168 415 1,341
    Electrical Power
    2007 672 178 83 933
    2006 669 95 80 843
    2005 658 93 80 831
    2004 754 93 84 931
    2003 776 93 83 952
    2002 754 93 80 926
    Commercial and Industrial
    2007 3 76 335 413
    2006 2 76 330 408
    2005 4 76 326 406
    2004 4 76 8 88
    2003 4 76 325 404
    2002 4 76 336 415


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    Notes:
  • Other Biomass includes agriculture byproducts/crops, sludge waste, tires and other biomass solids, liquids and gases.
  • The electric power sector comprises electricity-only and combined-heat-power (CHP) plants within North American Classification System (NAICS) 22 category whose primary business is to sell electricity, or electricity and heat, to the public. Blank cell indicates the state has no data to report for that energy source.
  • Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.


  • Source:
  • Tables 21-26, Renewable Energy Trends 2004 Edition, EIA.
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