Renewable energy supply and consumption in the United States

When people think of renewable energy supply, they generally assume solar is first, followed maybe by wind. Nope. As the chart shows, biomass is the biggest by far. It includes wood and waste burned to generate electricity and heat, and biofuel, which is added to gasoline. Wind is next, followed by the energy source most everything ignores or takes for granted, hydropower! Solar is a…

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