Where America gets its electricity

The way the U.S. generates electricity has changed a lot over the past decade. Solar, for example, is gaining fast and in a few places has already arrived. In sunny, renewables-obsessed California, for example, solar recently nosed out nuclear for third place among large-scale electricity sources. With the estimated contribution of small-scale solar added in,…

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