Sources: Stamford, CT
Much like the rest of the state, the two-main source of energy for Stamford residents come from nuclear power and natural gas. Because there are no fossil fuels in Connecticut, Stamford is focused on growing their renewable energy portfolio. Currently, Connecticut residents get their renewable energy from 3 main sources: hydroelectric power, biomass, and solar energy. The state has a goal to have 27% of their energy come from renewable sources by 2020. Below you will find a graph detailing the energy sources used by Stamford, CT residents.
Sources for Stamford, CT
Stamford, CT produces energy from a variety of sources. Here are the state’s current energy sources and energy production trends.
- Nuclear power is still the main source of energy for Stamford residents
- Natural gas is fast growing in Connecticut and may take over as the most used source of electricity in the next couple years
- Renewable energy is growing in CT with a goal of having 27% of energy come from renewable sources by 2020.
- There are no fossil fuels in Stamford, CT, the coal they used in imported from other states.
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