Renewable Energy Debate

March 15, 2019 – Volume 29, Issue 11
Can alternative sources replace fossil fuels? By Matt Mossman

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The map shows the top 10 states by wind and solar electricity generation as a percentage of the states' total electricity generation in 2017.

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The bar graph shows U.S. electricity generation by fuel or generation source from 2013 to 2020.

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The line graph shows global demand for various energy sources, in millions of tons of oil equivalent, from 1990 to 2040.

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The bar graph shows the percentage of U.S. adults favoring increased use of various energy sources, by party affiliation, in 2018.

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Mossman, M. (2019, March 15). Renewable energy debate. CQ researcher, 29, 1-58. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/
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