Usage: Joliet, IL 60431
Illinois residents and business consumed over 1,000 trillion BTUs of hydroelectric power in 2015. Natural gas, coal, and ethanol were also highly consumed energy sources in IL. Renewable energy has grown in the past decade with 146 trillion BTUs of biomass and 104 trillion BTUs of other renewable sources consumed in 2015. In total, Illinois exported over 460 trillion BTUs than it imported in 2015.
Featured VideoAt Compare Electricity, we strive to bring you all the latest news and videos from the Illinois energy market. Here is our latest video on energy sources from Illinois. Illinois is one of the leading producers of electricity in the US. They lead the nation in nuclear power generation and ethanol production. Also, they are 2nd in the nation in coal production. Centrally located in the US, Illinois is one of the top energy transportation states. For more information on the energy sources in Illinois, see the video below.
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