Sources: Cranston, RI
Cranston residents, along with the rest of Rhode Island, get 95% of their electricity from natural gas. However, there are no natural gas reserves in the state. All the natural gas Rhode Islanders use comes via pipelines from New York or Massachusetts. The remaining 5% of electricity is composed of solar, wind and biomass. For more information on Cranston energy sources, see the graph below.
Sources for Cranston, RI
Cranston, RI produces energy from a variety of sources. Here are the state’s current energy sources and energy production trends.
- 95% of electricity comes from natural gas
- Solar, wind and biomass energy make up the remaining 5% of electricity generation
- The natural gas used in RI is received via pipeline from New York or Massachusetts
- Rhode Island is home to the first offshore wind farm on Block Island
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