Where Will the Used Turbines & Solar Panels Go? (.PDF Download)

Nov. 20, 2023
Long viewed as more “environmentally-friendly” energy solutions, solar and wind energy both present their own set of environmental downsides.

Last year, about 4.23 trillion killowatthours (kWh) of electricity was generated in the U.S. The bulk of it (or roughly 60%) came from fossil fuels while 21% came from renewable sources like solar and wind. The remaining 18% of the electricity came from nuclear energy sources, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

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