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In 2021, coal provided the largest share of Michigan's electricity net generation (32%), followed by nuclear energy (30%) and natural gas-fired power (27%). Renewables provided about 11% of Michigan's electricity net generation in 2021, and wind energy accounted for three-fifths of that power.
AEP Ohio. AEP Ohio is Ohio's largest utility, serving approximately 1.5 million residential and commercial customers in the central, southeast, and northwest portions of Ohio.
Coal-fired: 29 (3% total U.S.) Petroleum-fired: 61 (3% total U.S.) Natural Gas-fired: 36 (1% total U.S.) Nuclear: 2 (2% total U.S.) Hydro-electric: 5 (<1% total U.S.) Other Renewable: 15 (1% total U.S.)
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The U.S. grid is divided into three major regions: The Eastern Interconnection, which operates in states east of the Rocky Mountains. The Western Interconnection, which covers the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain states. The Texas Interconnected system.
Ohio gets its electricity from a 13-state regional transmission organization called PJM Interconnection, which is part of a larger Eastern Interconnection grid. PJM is the nation's largest power grid, supplying power for 65 million customers.
Ohio's two nuclear power plants, located near Toledo and Cleveland, supplied about 14% of the state's net generation in 2021.
Coal-fired: 29 (3% total U.S.) Petroleum-fired: 61 (3% total U.S.) Natural Gas-fired: 36 (1% total U.S.) Nuclear: 2 (2% total U.S.) Hydro-electric: 5 (<1% total U.S.) Other Renewable: 15 (1% total U.S.)
Coal-fired: 29 (3% total U.S.) Petroleum-fired: 61 (3% total U.S.) Natural Gas-fired: 36 (1% total U.S.) Nuclear: 2 (2% total U.S.) Hydro-electric: 5 (<1% total U.S.) Other Renewable: 15 (1% total U.S.)

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