Sources: Columbia, MD
While there are no fossil fuels in the Columbia region of Maryland, coal is still one of the leading producers of electricity in Columbia. Maryland gets over 66% of its coal imported from nearby states. Nuclear energy is also a widely used electricity source in Maryland with over 40% of the residents using it to power their homes. Solar energy is growing fast in the state and has now become the 2nd biggest renewable energy producer behind hydroelectric power. Below is a graph detailing the source of energy residents in Columbia, MD use.
Sources for Columbia, MD
Columbia, 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 most of the electricity production in Columbia
- Columbia is home to one of the largest biomass plants in Maryland
- Natural gas and been increasing steadily in the past 10 years as an electricity source for Columbia residents
- Maryland is home to one of the biggest hydroelectric power plants in the nation
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