Renewables Account for 75% of New US Generating Capacity in 1st Quarter of 2015

According to the latest Energy Infrastructure Update report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commision’s Office of Energy Projects, “the trend lines for the past several years have been consistent and unmistakable. Each month, renewable energy sources — particularly wind and solar — increase their share of the nation’s generating capacity while those of coal, oil, and nuclear decline.”

Read more about the growing effect of renewables on the nation’s generating capacity here:

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