NewEnergyNews: U.S. New Energy Hit Record Levels

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  • MONDAY STUDY: A Look Ahead At New Energy In Buildings

    Wednesday, October 28, 2020

    U.S. New Energy Hit Record Levels

    EIA: US renewable energy sets record in 2019

    Sarah Smith, 19 October 2020 (Energy Global)

    “…[In 2019, U.S. New Energy consumption] grew for the fourth year in a row, reaching a record 11.5 quadrillion Btu, or 11% of total US energy consumption…[The Energy Information Administration (EIA) fossil fuel equivalences for noncombustibles showed wind] accounted for about 24% of US renewable energy consumption in 2019...[and passed] hydroelectricity to become the most-consumed source of renewable energy on an annual basis…

    [Hydroelectric power] accounted for about 22% of US renewable energy consumption…Biofuels, including fuel ethanol, biodiesel, and other renewable fuels, accounted for about 20%...Solar energy, consumed to generate electricity or directly as heat, accounted for about 9%...and had the largest percentage growth among renewable sources…” click here for more

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