It’s not surprising that gigantic states like Texas and California are among the heaviest hitters in generating electricity from wind and solar. But what if we look at generation per square mile of land?
Then, the leader is Iowa.
Iowa generated 807 megawatt-hours per square mile in 2022 from wind and solar, most of which was from wind, based on data from the Energy Information Administration.
Rhode Island was next with 627 mwh per square mile, most of which was from solar.
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Source: Mother Jones
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