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1993

38,039

28,420

74.71

9,618

25.29

1994

39,084

29,529

75.55

9,555

24.45

1995

38,954

29,231

75.04

9,723

24.96

1996

40,334

30,337

75.22

9,996

24.78

1997

42,610

33,034

77.53

9,576

22.47

1998

42,363

32,094

75.76

10,270

24.24

1999

43,037

32,969

76.61

10,068

23.39

2000*

39,798

30,535

76.72

9,263

23.28

2001*

40,515

30,109

74.32

10,406

25.68

2002*

43,351

31,765

73.27

11,586

26.73

2003*

45,097

33,293

73.82

11,804

26.18

2004*

45,875

34,171

74.49

11,704

25.51

2005*

48,437

36,486

75.33

11,951

24.67

2006*

50,288

37,817

75.20

12,471

24.80

2007*

50,326

38,203

75.91

12,123

24.09

*In 2000 and onward, summer net capability is used instead of nameplate capacity as a more conservative measure of capability. Winter net capability averages approximately 5% higher than summer net capability.

TABLE 12 INSTALLED NAMEPLATE CAPACITY/SUMMER NET CAPABILITY* BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP (MEGAWATTS) 1993-2007

YEAR

TOTAL FOR STATE

INVESTOR-OWNED PERCENT

QUANTIT

Y

OF TOTAL

MUNICIPALS, RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES, AND OTHER

QUANTITY

PERCENT OF TOTAL

SOURCES:

1992-1999, EIA Form 759 1992-1999, FPSC Form AFAD (RRR)-2 2000-2007, Regional Load and Resource Plan, FRCC

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