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    Renewable Electric Power Industry Net Summer Capability (Megawatt-hours)

    Energy Source Total Conventional Hydroelectric Wood/Wood Waste Municipal Waste
    2007 933 672 83 178
    2006 843 669 80 95
    2005 831 658 80 93
    2004 931 754 84 93
    2003 952 776 83 93
    2002 926 754 80 93
    2001 930 754 84 93
    2000 972 758 85 130
    1999 1,399 763 424 212
    1998 1,399 763 424 212
    1997 1,381 768 395 218
    1996 1,359 806 335 218
    1995 1,376 807 406 163
    1994 1,389 785 440 163
    1993 1,302 786 356 159
    1992 1,290 781 356 153
    1991 1,278 - 346 -
    1990 1,197 - 268 -

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    Notes:
  • Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
  • "-" = Data withheld to avoid disclosure or proprietary company data.
  • Hydroelectric pumped storage is excluded, because it is usually based on non-renewable energy sources.


  • Source:
  • Tables 21-26, Renewable Energy Trends 2004 Edition, EIA.
  • Table C7, Table C10, Renewable Energy Annual, EIA.

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