Question of the Day

Does coal or all forms of renewable energy combined supply more primary energy for the U.S.?

Correct Answer

Tell Me More

During 2015, coal supplied 16.1% of all the primary energy consumed in the U.S., while renewables (including hydroelectric, biofuels, wood, wind, solar, biowaste, and geothermal) supplied a combined total of 9.8%.

DocumentationU.S. Energy Supplies



Reload Question
Share via Facebook
Share via Twitter
Share via Email
Embed into your website
About the Fact App
Articles by Topic