Wisconsin Energy Statistics

Wisconsin Energy Statistics Book

The Wisconsin Energy Statistics Book is an annual publication from the OEI that serves as a comprehensive source of data on energy consumption, generation, prices, expenditures, and renewable energy development in Wisconsin.

The next publication containing data through 2017, authored by Devleena Chakravarty, will be available in print and PDF copies soon! 

Wisconsin Resource Energy Consumption (2005-2017)
 

Wisconsin Resource Energy Use​ 2005-2017
Average Utility Electricty and Natural Gas Prices 2016-2017

Wisconsin End Use Energy Consumption (2005-2017)
 

Wisconsin End Use Energy Consumption 2005-2019

Wisconsin End Use Energy Expenditure (2005-2017)
 

Wisconsin Expenditure on Energy Use 2005-2017

Wisconsin Renewable Energy Production and Use (2005-2017)
 

Wisconsin Renewable Energy Production 2005-2017

Wisconsin Agricultural and Transportation Sector Energy Use (2005-2017)
 

Energy Use by Wisconsin Agricultural Sector 2005-2017
Energy Use by Wisconsin Transportation Sector 2005-2017

Wisconsin Commercial and  Industrial Sector Energy Use (2005-2017)
 

Energy Use and Prices by Wisconsin Commercial Sector 2005-2017
Energy Use and Prices by Wisconsin Industrial Sector 2005-2017

<Wisconsin Residential Sector Energy Use (2005-2017)
 

Energy Use and Prices by Wisconsin Residential Sector 2005-2017

Wisconsin  Energy Use for Electricity Generation (2005-2017)
 

Wisconsin Energy Use for Electricity Generation 2005-2017

Wisconsin Energy Use and Environment (2005-2017)
 

Environment and Emission​s​​​

Maps
 

Degree Day Zones
Normal Heating and Cooling Degree Days, by Zone​
Estimated Solar Insolation for the United States, Two-Axis Tracker
Hydroelectric Generation Sites in Wisconsin
Biomass Resources Available in the United States and Wisconsin
Estimated Wind Power Energy Potential (at 70 meters) and Existing Wind Development Locations​
Wisconsin Natural Gas Utility Service Territories and Major Pipelines​
Wisconsin Petroleum Pipelines​
Wisconsin Electric Utility Service Territories and Generating Facilities over 100MW​
Wisconsin Electric Utility Service Territories and Overhead Transmission and Distribution Lines

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Energy Use in State Facilities Report

Wisconsin’s efforts to reduce energy consumption and costs in state-owned facilities began in earnest as a result of the rapid energy cost increases following the first Middle East oil embargo in 1973. Energy conservation and energy management efforts in state facilities have received continued support from the Governor, the State Building Commission, and the Wisconsin Legislature over the ensuing years. As testimony to the great facility managers and this support, the rate of annual energy use in state facilities has been reduced 32 percent since 1973.

2017 State Energy Report
2016 State Energy Report
2015 State Energy Report
2014 State Energy Report
2013 State Energy Report
2012 State Energy Report
2011 State Energy Report



Additional Resources

U.S. Energy Information Administration
Wisconsin State Climatology Office
Heating, Cooling and Growing Degree Days

 

Contact​​​

Energy Use in State Facilities Report - ​Megan Levy​
(608)​266-5054