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

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During 2017, coal supplied 14.3% of all the energy consumed in the U.S., while renewables supplied a combined total of 11.1%. This includes hydroelectric (2.8%), wind (2.4%), biofuels (2.3%), wood (2.1%), solar (0.8%), biowaste (0.5%), and geothermal (0.2%).

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