NJ Stats: State Electric Generation from Renewable Sources Excluding Hydroelectric, 2013

Rank State Thousand Megawatt Hours
1 Texas 37,760
2 California 35,578
3 Iowa 15,727
4 Oklahoma 11,506
5 Illinois 10,285
6 Minnesota 9,871
7 Kansas 9,491
8 Washington 8,822
9 Oregon 8,635
10 Colorado 7,536
11 New York 5,888
12 Pennsylvania 5,754
13 North Dakota 5,524
14 Michigan 5,514
15 Maine 4,893
16 Florida 4,659
17 Wyoming 4,433
18 Indiana 3,888
19 Georgia 3,839
20 Nevada 3,690
21 Wisconsin 3,192
22 Idaho 3,152
23 North Carolina 2,955
24 Virginia 2,906
25 Alabama 2,876
26 Louisiana 2,787
27 Arizona 2,733
28 South Dakota 2,688
29 New Mexico 2,600
30 South Carolina 2,226
31 Ohio 2,009
32 Nebraska 1,869
33 Montana 1,760
34 New Hampshire 1,695
35 Arkansas 1,601
36 Massachusetts 1,448
36 Mississippi 1,448
38 New Jersey 1,447
39 West Virginia 1,391
40 Missouri 1,241
41 Hawaii 1,127
42 Tennessee 1,110
43 Maryland 941
44 Utah 932
45 Vermont 745
46 Connecticut 652
47 Kentucky 327
48 Alaska 197
49 Delaware 107
50 Rhode Island 53


The 50 State Average is
5,070 Thousand Megawatt Hours.

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration. “Table 3.14 Net Generation from Renewable Sources Excluding Hydroelectric.” Electric Power Annual. March 23, 2015. Accessed July 2015. http://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_03_14.html