- Michigan has 44 natural gas storage fields with almost 1.1 trillion cubic feet of underground storage capacity, and this is more than any other state.
- In 2020, natural gas generated the largest amount of Michigan’s electricity for the first time, passing coal, which fell to third after nuclear power. Natural gas accounted for 33% of the state’s net generation and coal’s share declined to 27%.
- Renewables provided about 11% of Michigan’s electricity net generation in 2020, and wind energy accounted for three-fifths of that power. Michigan ranks among the top 15 states in wind-powered electricity generation.
- In 2019, Michigan was among the top five states in residential sector petroleum use and had the largest residential sector propane consumption in the nation.
- Michigan’s largest hydroelectric facility is the Ludington pumped-storage plant on the shores of Lake Michigan on the Lower Peninsula. It is one of the largest pumped storage power plants in the world, with a nameplate generating capacity of more than 2,000 megawatts.
This beta project integrates information from EIA’s State Energy Profiles and other existing products. See State Energy Profiles to view data, analysis, maps, and rankings in EIA’s previous format.
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