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Reportlinker has made available a new market research report related to the U.S. electric industry called "Green Energy in the U.S.: Renewable Investment, Capacity Growth and Future Outlook."

The report finds that renewable sources contributed approximately 9.5% to U.S. electric generation in 2006. In addition, the report notes that while U.S. electricity consumption is projected to increase 1.5% per year between 2005 and 2030, total renewables generation will decrease by 0.5% by 2030.

For more information on this report, visit reportlinker.com/p051034/US-green-energy.html


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