How is the energy transition playing out in our 50 states?

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported this month that for the first time the U.S. generated more electricity from renewable sources in 2020 than from coal.

During this historic transition to renewable energy sources, following the power sector trends across 50 different states is valuable but challenging.

Texas stands out as the country’s renewable energy leader, measured by gigawatt-hours of electricity generated.

California, second in the lead, is leading in solar but not wind power.

While Texas and California rank as the top two, there are wind energy powerhouses that may not get the credit they deserve.

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