Ever wondered where you fit into the energy picture in New Hampshire? What is your-or your businesss-part in the overall consumption and cost of power and fuel?
Now you can find answers to those questions-and lots more-in the New Hampshire Energy Facts , a compendium of detailed information about how much energy we produce and use, what types of fuels make that possible, and how much it costs.
For instance, you probably didnt realize that:
Or how about this: Whats the number one source of Btus used in industry in New Hampshire (35%)? Electricity? Fuel oil? Coal? Wood!
New Hampshire Energy Facts are gleaned (by Energy Program Manager Joe Broyles) from a number of sources. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) of the United States Department of Energy (DOE) produces annual updates of energy consumption and expenditures. In addition, the EIA web site has numerous reports and documents that are sources. ISO-New England, Inc which operates the electric grid in New England, provided information on electric capacity, generation and demand. NH Department of Environmental Services (DES) is the source of CO2 emissions information.
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