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    Thursday, June 21, 2018

    New Energy Led U.S. New Power Online In 2017

    EIA monthly survey tracks U.S. power plant additions

    Scott Jell, June 21, 2018 (U.S. Energy Information Agency)

    “…Natural gas combined-cycle plants accounted for 10.1 GW, or 40%, of the total proposed capacity that had been scheduled to come online in 2017. Of this amount, 7.5 GW came online within the year, and 2.6 GW were delayed until 2018.…Renewable energy technologies—wind and solar (PV) generation—represented the next two largest groups of capacity additions in 2017. Of the 6.9 GW of onshore wind turbines scheduled to come online in 2017, 86% came online as scheduled in 2017; 792 megawatts (MW) were delayed and 155 MW were canceled. About 3.9 GW of utility-scale solar photovoltaic capacity were completed on schedule last year, and 1.2 GW were delayed to 2018 or beyond…Near-term expectations for projects coming online tend to be more accurate than longer term expectations…Nuclear capacity additions also faced delays…[The Vogtle Units 3 and 4 in Georgia and Virgil C. Summer Units 2 and 3 in South Carolina] were delayed indefinitely…” click here for more

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