Jan 1 2014
10:25 pm

From US Energy Information Administration ...

Average site electricity consumption for Tennessee households is 33 percent higher than the national average and among the highest in the nation, but spending for electricity is closer to average due to relatively low electricity prices, according to EIA's Residential Energy Consumption Survey.

Tennessee energy consumption

gonzone's picture

Tennessee trailers are just

Tennessee trailers are just not very well insulated and using the outdoor Christmas lights all year just adds to the problem.

reform4's picture

Chestnut Ridge (methane from landfill gas)

I didn't realize how large it was- according to chart, 4.8 MW? That's pretty big for a landfill gas plant.

Oddly, the EIA site shows windmills on Buffalo Ridge only rated at 2.1 MW, far below their rated 29 MW max generation. Maybe that's averaged through the year, 24 hours. But it's still hard to believe their average is 8% of capacity

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