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Renewables became the second-most prevalent U.S. electricity source in 2020

  • By Admin
  • August 17, 2021
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For the first time in history, green energy outpaced nuclear (790 billion kWh) and coal (774 billion kWh) energy production in the United States.  Last year, renewable energy generated a record 834 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, accounting for 21% of the United States’ total energy production.  

Natural gas remained the top source of energy production in the U.S., generating 1,617 kWh last year, about 40% of the total generation.  Only a slight decline from last year.

The shift stems from an increase in renewable sources, but also a steep decline in coal usage, which dropped 20% from 2019.

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