Comparison to Non-Renewable Sources
For comparison, according to the NEPOOL (2018), the average mix of Connecticut’s energy generation is: Coal-fired (5%), Nuclear (31%), Oil (1%), Natural Gas (36%), Hydroelectric (23%), and Other (4%).
For comparison, according to the NEPOOL (2018), the average mix of Massachusetts’s energy generation is: Coal-fired (5%), Nuclear (31%), Oil (1%), Natural Gas (36%), Hydroelectric (23%), and Other (4%).
The average home in the United States uses 879 kWh per month, [source U.S. EIA, 2018]
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New England Green Power FAQs
Hydropower was one of the first sources of energy used for electricity generation and is the largest single renewable energy source for electricity generation in the United States.
Learn More About Starion Energy’s New England Green Power Plan
Pete Muzsi talks with Connecticut Power & Energy Society's Kathryn Dube about Starion Energy's New England Green Power Plan.
Today's consumers are no longer limited to traditional generation sources, including the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas. Rather, they also have the option to select clean, renewable generation.
By choosing “green” energy sources, home and business owners can have a direct impact on their communities and the air they breathe – making this choice a simple yet powerful way to support environmental conservation efforts.
Starion Energy's New England Green Power Plan for Massachusetts and Connecticut Residents provides 100% renewable energy from generation sites across New England. Our renewables sources produce none of the air pollution or greenhouse gases associated with acid rain, smog, and climate change.