Milestone Reached: Renewables Top Coal in US Energy Production
Updated: Oct 30, 2020
For the first time in history, renewables have exceeded coal in energy production in the United States. With climate change top of mind for many today and more than 1,000,000 species threatened by extinction, reducing our carbon footprint has never been more critical. With our integrated solar roofing tile, Ergosun seeks to bring more customers on board by offering aesthetically pleasing options for solar power.
“The EIA sees renewable generation topping coal-fired output sporadically this year, and again in 2020. The estimates in the EIA outlook show renewable energy generating 2,322 and 2,271 thousand megawatt-hours (MWh/day) per day in April and May, respectively. This would top coal’s expected output of 1,997 and 2,239 thousand MWh/day during the same two months.” – IEEFA U.S.: April is shaping up to be momentous in transition from coal to renewables.
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