Wisconsin’s ranking for ethanol production in 2016.
The percentage of electricity generated by renewable energy, split among biomass, wind and hydroelectric power (2015).
Wisconsin’s ranking for average retail price of electricity, at 13.74 cents a kilowatt hour. Hawaii is highest at 27.68 cents and Louisiana is lowest at 9.12 cents.
Wisconsin’s national ranking in terms of energy consumption, representing 324 million BTUs. Louisiana ranked first with 921 million BTUs and New York ranked 51st at 190 BTUs.
Wisconsin’s ranking for carbon dioxide emissions, with 101 million metric tons. Texas had the most emissions with 642 million metric tons, and the District of Columbia was last with 2 million metric tons.
Percentage of energy consumed by commercial operations in Wisconsin
Percentage of energy consumed by transportation operations in Wisconsin.
Percentage of energy consumed by Wisconsin residents.
Percentage of energy consumed by Wisconsin’s industrial sector.
Wisconsin’s ranking for natural gas prices, at $7.41 per thousand cubic feet. Hawaii is at the top at $37.48 and North Dakota is at the bottom at $5.69.
Percentage of electricity generated by coal in Wisconsin (2015).
The year Point Beach Unit 1 reactor was fired up, making it one of the oldest operating reactors in the U.S.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration