100% Of New Power Capacity In US Came From Renewable Energy In November (2nd Month This Year)
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December 22, 2013

Via Clean Technica:

I got news of this a couple of days ago and decided to pass on covering the story since we basically already covered it 3 weeks ago, when the news was that 99% of new power capacity added in November would come from renewables. That somehow changed to 100% once the final figures were announced, but I figured it wasn’t really worth doing another story over a change from 99% to 100%.

But the news has been blowing up across the internets, so I changed my mind and decided to quickly put this piece up.

Notably, this isn’t the first month this year in which renewables accounted for 100% of new powe...

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