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Emissions by Type of Gas

The reports below display how energy was generated in Colorado for the year 2005. It will be interesting to view these numbers as data becomes available for more recent years, and with a national focus on generation of energy from the more predominately renewable sources.

Type of Energy Percentage of Generation
Coal 71.67
Oil 0.03
Gas 24.06
Other Fossil 0.00
Biomass 0.07
Hydro 2.61
Nuclear 0.00
Wind 1.56
Solar 0.00
Geothermal 0.00
Unknown 0.00
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