Renewable Energy Sources Dominate New Electrical Generating Capacity in US in 2020

Renewable Energy Sources Dominate New Electrical Generating Capacity in US in 2020

Renewable energy sources dominated new US electrical generating capacity additions in the first 11 months of 2020, according to data just released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The data, reviewed by the Sun Day Campaign, shows that renewable energy sources such as biomass, hydropower, solar and wind accounted for almost 71% of new utility-scale capacity.

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