Sources: Annapolis, MD
Nuclear power and coal fire energy continue to lead the way as the main sources of electricity for Annapolis residents. Maryland’s only nuclear power plant, Calvert Cliffs, is located on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and delivers 40% of the total nuclear energy consumer in the state. Some of the coal fire plants in Maryland are dual-purpose and are able to burn natural gas and petroleum along with coal. These plants have also cut down on emissions significantly in recent years and Maryland establishes a more environmentally friendly energy plan. Below is a graph detail the energy source in Annapolis.
Sources for Annapolis, MD
Annapolis, MD produces energy from a variety of sources. Here are the state’s current energy sources and energy production trends.
- Coal and nuclear power account for over 80% of electricity generation in Maryland
- Maryland’s consumption exceeds its energy production and must import much of its energy to meet energy demand
- Maryland is home to the Conowingo hydroelectric power plant, one of the biggest hydroelectric plants in the country
- Almost 200 megawatts of wind energy have been installed in Maryland since 2007
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