Renewable Energy Capacity Now Exceeds Coal in U.S.

Renewable Energy Capacity Now Exceeds Coal in U.S.


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Renewable energy now generates more electricity in the United States than coal. Solar, wind, hydropower, biomass, and geothermal totaled 21.56 percent of U.S. generating capacity as of April, according to a report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Coal, meanwhile, accounted for just 21.55 percent of capacity, down from 23.04 percent last year…

Read Full Article; Yale E360 (06-13-2019)

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