Massachusetts Energy Sources
In 2015, Massachusetts resident’s consumed 263 trillion BTUs of energy more than it exported. The state has 3 natural gas importing terminals that supported 12% of the natural gas demand in MA. 27% of Massachusetts residents used fuel to heat their homes in 2016 compared to the national average of just 5.1%. Ethanol, nuclear energy, and renewable energy are also used by MA residents and businesses for their electricity and energy needs.
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