2. For electric utilities, net summer capability is used. For nonutilities, nameplate capacity is used. See Energy Information Administration, Renewable Resources in the U.S. Electricity Supply, DOE/EIA-0561 (Washington, DC, February 1993), p. 4.
3. Based on a previous estimate of 375 billion kilowatthours of nonutility generation (from Form EIA-867) and 2,911 billion kilowatthours of utility generation (from Table 11 of the Electric Power Annual, Volume I).
4. See Appendix B for additional information on electricity production from renewables.
5. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Review 1994, DOE/EIA-0384(94) (Washington, DC, July 1995).