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Renewables surpass coal in US energy generation for first time in 130 years
by Oliver Milman
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3 June 2020
On 3 June 2020 The Guardian reported:
Solar, wind, and other renewable sources have toppled coal in energy generation in the United States for the first time in over 130 years ... Coal consumption fell by 15 percent, down for the sixth year in a row, while renewables edged up by 1 percent. This meant renewables surpassed coal for the first time since at least 1885, a year when Mark Twain published The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and America's first skyscraper was erected in Chicago.
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