Currently, every state in the US derives some of its electricity from power generated with coal and other fossil fuels. However, some states have very real potential to power themselves completely on renewable energy like solar, wind, and geothermal. Oregon, for example, generates about 40% of its energy from coal – a relatively small percentage compared to other states. Environmental groups like the Oregon Sierra Club are spearheading an effort to transition the state completely off of coal and onto renewable sources of power. Washington, California, Hawaii, and many others are also states that could make the transition off of fossil fuels relatively easily.
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