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  • 51%

    Coal provides 51 percent of North Carolina’s power.

  • In 2011, North Carolina families spent an average of 13 percent of their after-tax incomes on energy.

  • The 2.1 million North Carolina households earning less than $50,000 allocated an estimated 23 percent of their after-tax income to energy.

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