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Share of renewables in U.S. energy supply by source

The statistic represents the share of renewables in the U.S. energy supply in 2017, by source. Wind energy accounted for 35.5 percent of renewables in the nation's energy supply. The share of renewable energy of total U.S. consumption was approximately 17.7 percent. This is a significant increase compared to 2007 when renewables generated 8.5 percent of all electricity in the United States.

Share of different renewables in U.S. renewable energy supply in 2017, by source

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Release date

January 2019


United States

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Sources: EIA, LBNL, and SEIA/GTM

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