NJ Stats: State Electric Generation from Coal, 2013

Rank State Thousand Megawatthours
1 Texas 149,404
2 Ohio 94,564
3 Indiana 92,672
4 Pennsylvania 88,443
5 Illinois 87,927
6 Kentucky 83,303
7 Missouri 76,105
8 West Virginia 72,284
9 Michigan 56,291
10 North Carolina 47,072
11 Alabama 47,050
12 Wyoming 46,437
13 Florida 46,343
14 Arizona 43,492
15 Wisconsin 40,645
16 Georgia 40,233
17 Utah 34,285
18 Colorado 33,703
19 Iowa 33,302
20 Tennessee 32,486
21 Arkansas 31,889
22 Oklahoma 29,999
23 Kansas 29,767
24 North Dakota 27,478
25 Nebraska 26,767
26 South Carolina 24,407
27 New Mexico 24,145
28 Minnesota 23,518
29 Virginia 21,161
30 Louisiana 20,844
31 Maryland 15,538
32 Montana 14,880
33 Mississippi 8,701
34 Washington 6,740
35 Nevada 5,255
36 New York 4,697
37 Massachusetts 3,959
38 Oregon 3,759
39 South Dakota 2,849
40 New Jersey 2,022
41 Delaware 1,545
42 New Hampshire 1,464
43 Hawaii 1,404
44 California 823
45 Connecticut 681
46 Alaska 625
47 Idaho 92
48 Maine 63
49 Rhode Island 0
49 Vermont 0


The 50 State Average
is 31,622 Thousand Megawatthours. New Jersey is 93.6% below the 50-state average

Source:
U.S. Energy Information Administration. “Table 3.7 Net Generation from Coal.” Electric Power Annual. March 23, 2015. Accessed July 2015. http://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_03_07.html