Official: Renewables provide over 60 per cent of new US power capacity

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New official figures show wind power alone contributed over 40 per cent of new capacity in the first nine months of the year

A surge in US renewable energy investment is continuing with renewables accounting for more than 60 per cent of new electricity generation capacity installed across the country during the first nine months...

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