Green Energy Solutions Data Center: The facts of energy. Your source for the latest U.S. energy statistics and analysis - because knowledge is power and properly applied, it is also success!
The Green Energy Solutions Data Center collects information from all around – and displays it in a way that you can better understand what’s going on with it.
The Green Energy Solutions Rate Report shows you just how much energy costs can vary, using electricity prices from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Information on recent rates and fluctuations may help you understand your bill or decide to change your energy plan. Familiar with energy choice and want to sign up for a new plan? Contact us and see what rates you can secure today.
Which states are the most energy-cost efficient for drivers? That depends, of course, on whether a motorist is operating a traditional gasoline-powered vehicle or an electric vehicle. Which means there are multiple answers to that question of vehicle energy-cost effectiveness, and the answers can and do change each month.
It probably comes as no surprise that California ranks first among states in generating electricity from solar power. The Golden State generated nearly 39 percent of the U.S. total of 5,590 thousand megawatt hours in January, according to a Green Energy Solutions analysis of data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Where does your state stand?
When you think of Texas energy, you probably think about oil derricks and natural gas pumps and the like. But wind turbines increasing have become part of the landscape of the Lone Star State – so much so that Texas leads the nation, by far, in electricity generated by wind. A Green Energy Solutions analysis of the latest data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows just how much the state dominates.
Regardless of where you stand on nuclear energy, you have to accept that it’s a thing in the U.S. Nuclear power accounted for 20.7 percent of electricity generated in the U.S. in February, the most recent month for which data is available from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. See what’s happening in your state?
Most homeowners love natural gas – it’s inexpensive (in most places) and burns cleaner than coal and petroleum. Industry owners love the commodity, too. Green Energy Solutions analysts, by combing through the latest data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration figured out the states where natural gas is cheapest and where the bulk of it is produced in the nation.
Do you know where electricity comes from in your state? Depending on the location, energy can come from sources as different as nuclear power and the wind. Throw in a heaping helpful of coal in most states, hydroelectric sources in others and you get a complex energy stew.
They say everything’s bigger in Texas. Well, so is its carbon footprint, according to a Green Energy Solutions analysis of the latest data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Texas produces about 12.7 percent of the nation’s carbon dioxide, according to the numbers. What about your state?