U.S. electricity: noncoincident winter peak load for NERC region NPCC 1990-2015

Electric noncoincident winter peak load for the U.S. NPCC region from 1990/00 to 2015/16 (in megawatts)

U.S. electricity: noncoincident winter peak load for NERC region NPCC 1990-2015 The graph depicts the electric noncoincident winter peak load for the Northwestern Power Coordinating Council in the United States between 1990/91 and 2015/16. Its 2015/16 winter peak load was around 42.8 gigawatts. The winter peak period is December through February of the following year.
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Electric noncoincident winter peak load for the U.S. NPCC region from 1990/00 to 2015/16 (in megawatts)

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Noncoincident winter peak load in megawatts
1990/9140,545
1995/9642,755
2000/01 43,852
2005/06 46,828
2006/07 46,697
2007/08 46,795
2008/09 46,043
2009/10 44,864
2010/11 45,712
2011/12 45,234
2012/13 44,287
2013/14 47,186
2014/15 45,204
2015/1642,841
Noncoincident winter peak load in megawatts
1990/9140,545
1995/9642,755
2000/01 43,852
2005/06 46,828
2006/07 46,697
2007/08 46,795
2008/09 46,043
2009/10 44,864
2010/11 45,712
2011/12 45,234
2012/13 44,287
2013/14 47,186
2014/15 45,204
2015/1642,841
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The graph depicts the electric noncoincident winter peak load for the Northwestern Power Coordinating Council in the United States between 1990/91 and 2015/16. Its 2015/16 winter peak load was around 42.8 gigawatts. The winter peak period is December through February of the following year.
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