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Gas Dominates New Capacity in May but Renewables Poised for Big Gains by 2021

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NATURAL GAS DOMINATES NEW ELECTRICAL CAPACITY ADDITIONS

WITH NO NEW WIND REPORTED FOR THE MONTH OF MAY

PROPOSED RENEWABLES OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS

TO NEARLY TRIPLE NET NEW CAPACITY

July 6th, 2018 | Tags: , | Category: News, Renewable Energy News | Leave a comment

1st 3rd ’18 – Renewables Over 20% of U.S. Electrical Generation w. Wind at 8% & Solar at 2%

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1st Third 2018:

RENEWABLES TOP 20% OF U.S. ELECTRICAL GENERATION

SOLAR UP BY 30.9% – MORE THAN 2% OF TOTAL PRODUCTION

WIND GROWS 10.5% – HITS 8% OF TOTAL OUTPUT;

NOW THE LEADING RENEWABLE – OUTPACING HYDROPOWER

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1st Q.’18 – Wind Outpaces Hydropower; Solar Doubles Oil-Generated Electricity

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Brief News Update

1st Quarter 2018:

RENEWABLES REACH 19.2% OF U.S. ELECTRICAL GENERATION

AS NON-HYDRO RENEWABLES INCREASE BY 13.4%

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Renewable Energy Provides 95% of New U.S. Generating Capacity in First Quarter 2018

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WIND + SOLAR NOW PROVIDE OVER A TENTH

OF NATION’S INSTALLED GENERATING CAPACITY

RENEWABLES ACCOUNT FOR MORE THAN 70% OF PROPOSED

NET GENERATION ADDITIONS OVER NEXT THREE YEARS

Wind, solar, and other renewable sources […]

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WIND AND SOLAR PROVIDE 98%

OF ALL NEW ELECTRICAL GENERATING CAPACITY

IN JANUARY + FEBRUARY

RENEWABLES NOW PROVIDE MORE THAN ONE-FIFTH

OF NATION’S INSTALLED GENERATING CAPACITY

RENEWABLES ACCOUNT FOR ALMOST 70% OF PROPOSED […]

Electricity From All Renewable Source Increases; That From Fossil Fuels & Nuclear Drops

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FOR THE FIRST 11 MONTHS OF 2017, ELECTRICITY FROM ALL RENEWABLE SOURCES INCREASED BY 14.3%

WHILE THAT FROM COAL, GAS, OIL, AND NUCLEAR POWER EACH EXPERIENCED DECLINE

Washington DC […]