Rerunning question. Now with link! Do you get most of your electricity from coal?
From the link you provided, my region/electric company doesn't provide that info. However, I know which power plants provide our electricity, and Yes: It comes from Coal.
Majority from coal (48.7%). Nuclear is a close second (38.2%).
I get my powers from Earth's yellow sun.
All of my power is supplied through Hydro-electric.
Roll on Columbia, roll on. Your power is turning our darkness to dawn, so roll on Columbia, roll on! ;-)
Magic, I think. We have plugs that are enchanted.
I apparently get nearly 40% from renewables and only 30-ish percent from coal.
Biggest single provider is nuclear.
Mainly coal for Arizona.
Shut down the coal plant now! Piss everybody off!
65.3. Obama is an idiot. No, actually a traitor.
Thanks for that useful link.
Natural gas is the biggest and then coal.
Coal for me. My city has its own gas powered plants (2), but purchases most of its power from Xcell Energy, which has several gas and coal fired plants. Their is a large coal plant to the north west that provides power for a large portion
Of this region. They had a problem many years ago and blacked out a fairly large part of Texas, up into Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. Just from that one plant.
So do you sell the gas power?
No, but the two plants we have are actually pretty small and do not produce enough for our city.
Gas for zip 33040. I'd like more nuclear.
Coal is the main provider.