Over 25% of U.S. Electricity Came from Renewables in First Half of 2022

In a report shared by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), it was shown that 25.23% of the energy generated from January through June 2022 was produced by renewable energy sources.

According to Solar Power World, for the six-month period, electrical generation by wind increased by 24.67% and provided 11.55% of total electrical generation. Meanwhile, solar sources grew by 27.72% and provided 4.94% of the nation’s electrical output. In June alone, solar accounted for 5.70% of U.S. electrical generation.

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