Which state is the biggest producer of electricity?
In terms of energy consumption, Ohio tops the list.
The state produced the most electricity in 2013, with an average of 3,816 megawatt hours.
Ohio was followed by Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee and Georgia.
In 2014, Ohio topped the list again, with a 4,078 megawatthour hour, which is a more than 50% increase on 2013.
But this time, the state is not the biggest energy producer, as the report shows.
In fact, the second largest energy consumer is South Dakota, which produced 3,513 megawatts in 2013.
The report also showed that South Dakota ranked fifth in the US for total electricity consumption.
The report says that the biggest producers of electricity are the state’s electric utility, which owns and operates electric transmission and distribution lines, as well as transmission and storage companies.
Ohio and South Dakota were the only states to rank above the United States for total energy consumption.
But Ohio was not the largest energy producer in terms of its carbon emissions.
It was actually the sixth largest energy user in terms for carbon emissions per capita, with 2,834 tonnes of carbon dioxide per capita.
But this did not mean that the state was not one of the biggest carbon polluters in the country.
Ohio ranked second for carbon dioxide emissions per head, at 7.1 tonnes per capita in 2013 and ranked fifth for carbon emission per capita overall.
So while Ohio did not lead the country in the overall carbon emissions, it did lead in the number of emissions per person.
Ohio also came in second in the United Kingdom for total carbon emissions from electricity, behind only Germany.