Climate alarmism

01/26/2004
The use of renewable energy sources in the US has declined recently, according to US Energy Information Administration data. One might expect the opposite to be true, with oil and gas prices at elevated levels the past couple of years.The agency's figures show that end-use consumption and net electricity generation of renewable energy sources have declined following a peak in 1996. This group of energy sources includes conventional hydroelectric power, wood, waste, alcohol, geothermal, solar, and wind energy.OGJ forecasts that the use of renewable energy in the US will increase a bit this year but that a growth spurt is not expected any time soon. More details are in the annual Foreca...
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