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EIA: Renewables Take Up Lesser Share of Utility-Scale Project Completions in 2017

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Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 528 Words
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SUGAR LAND--January 11, 2018--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects nearly half of the 25 gigawatts of new utility-scale electric generating capacity to have been added to the U.S. in 2017 will use renewable technologies, especially wind and solar. In comparison, more than 62% of the 27 gigawatts of utility-scale electric generating capacity that was added in 2016 came from renewables. Industrial Info tracked more than $16 billion in U.S. renewable energy completions in 2017.

Within this article: Renewable Energy Project Completions in 2017. Additional companies: Avangrid Renewables (NYSE:AGR), AMEC FOSTER WHEELER (NYSE:AMFW), Consolidated Edison Incorporated (ConEd) (NYSE:ED)


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