Energetic Change: Renewable Energy in Maine Moves into the Mainstream
A look at how Maine's power supply has changed in the past 25 years. In 1994, 33% of the state's net electricity generation came from the Maine Yankee nuclear power station and 20% from petroleum-fueled generation. Renewable energy sources now account for about 85% of Maine's net electricity generation.
Energy facilities -- Maine, Power resources -- Maine, Renewable energy -- Maine
McCarthy, James, "Energetic Change: Renewable Energy in Maine Moves into the Mainstream" (2019). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 7586.