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    Friday, August 05, 2016

    North American New Energy Rising

    Renewables share of North America electricity mix expected to rise

    August 2, 2016 (U.S. Energy Information Administration)

    “…[T]he North American share of energy generation from renewable and nuclear energy sources will grow from 38% in 2015 to 45% in 2025…[assuming] the Clean Power Plan (CPP) is upheld and takes effect in the United States…[including] nuclear, renewables, and energy efficiency…Electricity generation in the United States currently represents more than 80% of total generation in North America…U.S. coal-fired generation is expected to decline by 13% between 2015 and 2025…while natural gas-fired generation increases by 4%...Canada's power generation was already met by 80% clean energy in 2015, mainly because of Canada's extensive hydroelectric capacity…[Canada will also reduce coal use] between 2015 and 2025…[and] the combined share of renewables and nuclear in Canada's total generation is expected to fall to 75% by 2025 because of increases in natural gas use and projected retirements of existing nuclear capacity. Overall, Canada's generation currently represents about 13% of the North American total generation…Mexico accounted for about 6% of total North American electricity generation in 2015…Mexico is projected to increase generation from hydroelectric, wind, and other renewables and to reduce generation from fossil fuels. By 2025, Mexico's combined nuclear and renewables share of total electricity generation is expected to be 29%.” click here for more

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