According to the Ohio Public Utilities Commission, in Ohio, electricity is mainly generated using resources like coal, natural gas and nuclear.
Renewable resources including hydropower, wind, biomass and solar energy are also used to produce electricity, but often on a smaller scale. These resources are readily available in nature and can be replenished relatively quickly.
(Coal-59.09%; Natural Gas-23.23%; Petroleum-1.08%; Nuclear–14.32%; Renewables-2.28%)
For Fact Sheets about Renewable Energy, go to the Green Energy Ohio website, HERE.