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percent of all new electric capacity for last
year, the Energy Information
That proportion represents a drop from
recent years, as renewables made up of 62
percent of all capacity added in 2016 and
67 percent of capacity added in 2015.
EIA indicated more than half of renew-able capacity came online in the fourth
quarter, due to timing qualifications from
federal, state or local tax incentives.
An estimated 67 percent of new hydro
and 69 percent of new solar came online
in the western United States, with wind
more evenly spread over the Midwest,
south and western parts of the country.
Advanced Power Activates
Gas Plant in Ohio
Advanced Power announced official
commercial operations at its 700-MW
Carroll County Energy natural gas elec-
tric generation facility in Ohio.Carroll
County Energy, which services the PJM
Plans to build Carroll County Energy
were announced in July 2013. In April
2015, Advanced Power closed the $899
million project financing.
The facility features two GE gas turbines and a steam turbine.
Gas Overcame Predictions,
Surpassed Coal in 2017
Though the Energy Information Ad-
ministration had predicted coal would
top natural gas in 2017, the latest short-
term energy outlook indicated coal gen-
eration fell short – and will continue to
EIA now indicates coal consisted of
30 percent of all generation last year,
compared to 32 percent for natural gas.
Natural gas generation is now expect-
ed to continue growing and make up of
33 percent of all generation in 2018 and
34 percent in 2019. By contrast, coal will
drop to slightly lower than 30 percent
in 2018 and to 28 percent in 2019.
Nuclear generation reached 20 percent in 2017, and is expected to average
20 percent in 2018 and 19 percent in
2019. Non-hydro renewables consisted
of 10 percent in 2017, increasing to 11
percent in 2019.
Natural gas prices are now expected
to drop slightly, going from a 2017 average of $2.99 per million British thermal units to $2.88/MMBtu in 2018 and
$2.92/MMBtu in 2019.