Primary Energy Sources Requiring Combustion
Source energy is the energy taken from the earth, such as from a well, a mine, a forest. The energy for exploration, extraction, processing and transport is used to convert the source energy to primary energy for the US economy. The US electrical system uses about 40% of all primary energy.
- Source energy is the energy taken from coalmines, oil and gas wells, and forests for conversion (by means of…Continue
Added by Willem Post on September 28, 2018 at 1:30pm — No Comments
New England has the highest electric rates of any region in the US.
New England has the worst wind conditions of any region in the US, except the South, and the worst solar conditions, except the the rainy, overcast US Northwest.
See NREL wind map and NREL solar map.