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    Renewable Electric Utility Net Summer Capability, 1993-1999

    Renewable Electric Utility Net Summer Capability, 1993-1999(Megawatts)
    Year Hydro-electric Solar / PV MSW Landfill Gass Wood and Wood Waste Total
    1999 738 * - - 738
    1998 742 * - - 742
    1997 740 * - - 740
    1996 785 * - - 785
    1995 786 * - - 786
    1994 763 * - - 764
    1993 764 * - - 765
    Renewable Nonutility Net Summer Capability, 1993-1999(Megawatts)
    Year Hydro-electric Solar / PV MSW Landfill Gass Wood and Wood Waste Total
    1999 21 - 216 443 680
    1998 21 - 212 424 657
    1997 29 - 218 395 641
    1996 21 - 218 335 575
    1995 21 - 163 406 591
    1994 22 - 163 440 625
    1993 22 - 159 356 537
    Renewable Electric Power Industry1 Net Summer Capability, 1993-1999(Megawatts)
    Year Hydro-electric Solar / PV MSW Landfill Gass Wood and Wood Waste Total
    1999 760 * 216 443 1,418
    1998 763 * 212 424 1,399
    1997 768 * 218 395 1,381
    1996 806 * 218 335 1,359
    1995 807 * 163 406 1,376
    1994 785 * 163 440 1,389
    1993 786 * 159 356 1,302

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    Notes:
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  • This data table has been discontinued.
  • 1 Electric power industry generation is defined as the sum of electric utility net generation and nonutility gross generation.
  • * = The unit of measure is less than 0.5 or percent change is less than 0.1%.


  • Source:
  • Renewable Energy Annual 1999 with Preliminary Data for 1998, EIA
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