Environmental Disclosure for the
Electricity Products of Inspire Energy Holdings, LLC

Electricity can be generated in a number of ways with different impacts on the environment. The standardized environmental information shown below allows you to compare this electricity product with electricity products offered by other electric suppliers. The data shown below are default values and do not necessarily reflect the energy that Inspire will supply.

Energy Source

Inspire relied on these energy resources to provide the electricity product.

Coal 26.78%
Gas 33.11%
Nuclear 32.27%
Oil .14%
Renewable Energy Sources
Captured Methane Gas .29%
Fuel Cells 0.03%
Geothermal 0.00%
Hydroelectric (large) 1.67%
Hydroelectric (small) 0.00%
Solar 0.28%
Solid Waste 0.51%
Wind 2.72%
Wood or Other Biomass 0.2%
Total 100.00%
Renewable Energy Sources Subtotal 4.03%

Air Emissions

The benchmark energy source and emission rate date is the PJM System Mix for Energy Year 2019 and represents the average amount of air pollution associated with the generation of electricity in the PJM region. This table represents the New Jersey emission rates expressed as a percentage of the PJM System Mix.

CO2 is a “greenhouse gas” which may contribute to global climate change. NOx and SO2 react to form acids found in acid rain. NOx also reacts to form ground level ozone, an unhealthful component of “smog.”


Data Source CO2 (lb/MWh) NOX (lb/MWh) SO2 (lb/MWh)
PJM System Mix 891.01 0.49 0.66
NJ Benchmark 528.55 0.28 0.08
       
  CO2 NOX SO2
PJM System Mix (%) 100 100 100
NJ Generation (%) 59 57 12