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EIA: Combined-Cycle, Solar Photovoltaic Plants to Represent Most U.S. Power Construction Through 2050

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SUGAR LAND--March 11, 2019--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--In its Annual Energy Outlook 2019, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts that most power generation additions constructed in the U.S. through 2050 will be natural gas combined-cycle and solar photovoltaic plants. Although the costs of operating natural gas-fired plants will increase as fuel prices increase in the future, they remain competitive sources of generation, while solar plants present most of their costs up-front, but do not cost a lot to operate once constructed.

Within this article: Details of the EIA report and details on combined-cycle and solar photovoltaic projects in the U.S.

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