New York gets 1,853 thousand megawatt hours of electricity from hydroelectric power and 425 thousand megawatt hours of electricity from other renewable sources, totaling 2,278 thousand megawatt hours. An average home in the U.S. requires around 11,040 kilowatt hours of energy. After converting the megawatt hours into kilowatt hours and dividing that by the average amount of energy a home uses, it appears that around 206,341 homes could get supplied by the renewable energy produced in New York.
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