EIA expects less electricity to come from coal this summer as natural gas, renewables rise

EIA expects less electricity to come from coal this summer as natural gas, renewables rise
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09.05.2019

EIA expects power plants in the United States will generate 1,168 million megawatthours of electricity during the 2019 summer months (June┬ľAugust), 2% less than last summer, according to the May 2019 Short-Term Energy Outlook. EIA expects changes in the mix of energy sources, especially for coal, which is forecast to provide 25% of U.S. generation this summer, down from 28% last summer. Natural gas will provide the largest share of total U.S. generation this summer at 40%, up from 39% last summer, according to EIA┬ĺs forecast.

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