28 Jun '18, 2pm

US Renewables Nearly Tied With Nuclear At 20%, Coal Falls To 27%

For the month of April, coal generated a total of 73,489 megawatt-hours (MWh), or 24.3% of the country’s total net generation. Natural gas continued to dominate with 100,004 MWh, or 33%, while nuclear and renewables continued to battle it out — nuclear with 19.5% and renewables with 22% (all renewable energy sources including hydroelectric).

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2018/06/28/us-renewables-over-2...

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