Renewables To Lead New U.S. Electrical Generation Capacity While Natural Gas Use To Remain Flat

As U.S. coal and nuclear electricity-generating capacity retires, new capacity additions come largely from natural gas and renewable technologies with renewables accounting for the majority of the projected capacity additions, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) says in its Annual Energy Outlook 2021 (AEO-2021) released Wednesday.

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