Washington: Energy Resources

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Washington is a state in the United States.

Energy Production by Technology in Washington

Fuel Source Value Units
Solar Power 0 MWh
Wind Power 3,538,936 MWh
Geothermal Power 0 MWh
Biomass Power 1,437,051 MWh
Total Energy Production from Non-Hydro Renewables 4,975,987 MWh
Hydro Power 73,932,815 MWh
HPS Power 52,383 MWh
Total Energy Production from Renewables 78,908,802 MWh
Coal Power 7,477,773 MWh
Gas Power 11,409,482 MWh
Petroleum Power 47,275 MWh
Nuclear Power 6,634,014 MWh
Other 63,675 MWh
Total Energy Production 104,593,404 MWh
Percent of Total Power from Non-Hydro Renewables 4.76  %
Percent of Total Power from Renewables 75.44  %
Source: 2009 EIA Data (Download)


Renewable Energy Technical Potential in Washington

Technology Generation Estimate Nameplate Capacity Area, Mass or Count
Urban Utility-scale PV 33,690 GWh
33,690,000,000 kWh
33,690,000,000,000 Wh
33,690,000 MWh
1.21284e+17 J
19 GW
19,000 MW
19,000,000 kW
19,000,000,000 W
19,000,000,000,000 mW
0.019 TW
402 km2
402,000,000 m²
155.172 mi²
4,327,087,800 ft²
480,792,000 yd²
99,336.21 acres
Rural Utility-scale PV 1,738,150 GWh
1,738,150,000,000 kWh
1.73815e+15 Wh
1,738,150,000 MWh
6.25734e+18 J
996 GW
996,000 MW
996,000,000 kW
996,000,000,000 W
996,000,000,000,000 mW
0.996 TW
20,758 km2
20,758,000,000 m²
8,012.588 mi²
223,437,036,200 ft²
24,826,568,000 yd²
5,129,405.59 acres
Rooftop PV 13,599 GWh
13,599,000,000 kWh
13,599,000,000,000 Wh
13,599,000 MWh
4.89564e+16 J
13 GW
13,000 MW
13,000,000 kW
13,000,000,000 W
13,000,000,000,000 mW
0.013 TW
N/A
CSP 161,713 GWh
161,713,000,000 kWh
161,713,000,000,000 Wh
161,713,000 MWh
5.821668e+17 J
58 GW
58,000 MW
58,000,000 kW
58,000,000,000 W
58,000,000,000,000 mW
0.058 TW
1,778 km2
1,778,000,000 m²
686.308 mi²
19,138,214,200 ft²
2,126,488,000 yd²
439,352.69 acres
Onshore Wind 47,249 GWh
47,249,000,000 kWh
47,249,000,000,000 Wh
47,249,000 MWh
1.700964e+17 J
18 GW
18,000 MW
18,000,000 kW
18,000,000,000 W
18,000,000,000,000 mW
0.018 TW
3,695 km2
3,695,000,000 m²
1,426.27 mi²
39,772,610,500 ft²
4,419,220,000 yd²
913,052.975 acres
Offshore Wind 488,025 GWh
488,025,000,000 kWh
488,025,000,000,000 Wh
488,025,000 MWh
1.75689e+18 J
120 GW
120,000 MW
120,000,000 kW
120,000,000,000 W
120,000,000,000,000 mW
0.12 TW
24,192 km2
24,192,000,000 m²
9,338.112 mi²
260,400,268,800 ft²
28,933,632,000 yd²
5,977,964.16 acres
Biopower-Solid 12,311 GWh
12,311,000,000 kWh
12,311,000,000,000 Wh
12,311,000 MWh
4.43196e+16 J
1 GW
1,000 MW
1,000,000 kW
1,000,000,000 W
1,000,000,000,000 mW
0.001 TW
11,192,456 BDT
11,192,456,000 kg
11,192,456,000,000 g
11,192,456 tonnes
24,679,365,480 lbs
1,762,811,820 stones
Biopower-Gaseous 1,514 GWh
1,514,000,000 kWh
1,514,000,000,000 Wh
1,514,000 MWh
5.4504e+15 J
0 GW
0 MW
0 kW
0 W
0 mW
0 TW
322,155 Tonnes
322,155,000 kg
322,155,000,000 g
710,351,775 lbs
50,739,412.5 stones
11,362,406,850 ounces
Geothermal Hydrothermal 2,546 GWh
2,546,000,000 kWh
2,546,000,000,000 Wh
2,546,000 MWh
9.1656e+15 J
0 GW
0 MW
0 kW
0 W
0 mW
0 TW
N/A
EGS Geothermal 563,023 GWh
563,023,000,000 kWh
563,023,000,000,000 Wh
563,023,000 MWh
2.026883e+18 J
71 GW
71,000 MW
71,000,000 kW
71,000,000,000 W
71,000,000,000,000 mW
0.071 TW
N/A
Hydropower 27,248 GWh
27,248,000,000 kWh
27,248,000,000,000 Wh
27,248,000 MWh
9.80928e+16 J
6 GW
6,000 MW
6,000,000 kW
6,000,000,000 W
6,000,000,000,000 mW
0.006 TW
7,310 Sites
See Nationwide Statistics Source: 2012 National Renewable Energy Laboratory Data (Download)


Energy Maps featuring Washington

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93 Energy Incentives (Active)
64 Utility Companies
160 Energy Organizations
3 Smart Grid Projects

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To date, Washington has received $60,944,000 from the Department of Energy's State Energy Program.[1]


References

  1. 2009 Recovery Act and the State Energy Program