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"Renewable Energy" is any naturally occurring, theoretically inexhaustible source of energy that is not derived from fossil or nuclear fuel. These sources include biomass, solar, wind, geothermal, tidal, wave, and hydroelectric power. In the past five years, Indiana has made tremendous strides in the use of wind, biofuel, solar, and biomass resources. Furthemore, Indiana has used its manufacturing skills to become an integral part of these energy industry supply chains.
For more information on renewable energy in Indiana, click the corresponding technology link below:
For a map of potential and existing energy sources in Indiana, click here. Various source types can be viewed individually or together.
For 2010 industry statistics on renewable electricity in Indiana, click here. 2011 data will be provided once it is available.