Renewable energy jumps 11 percent


Aug. 22, 2003 — The Energy Information Administration (EIA) has reported detailed historical data on renewable energy annually in its report, the Renewable Energy Annual.

The report, which includes preliminary data for 2002, reveals that renewable energy jumped 11 percent in 2002.

The tables in the report provide historical data for 1998-2001, including revisions, and preliminary data for 2002. In addition, another table includes data on renewable energy consumption starting in 1989 and going through 2002.

These tables correspond to similar tables last presented in Renewable Energy Annual 2001 and planned for Renewable Energy Annual 2002; and are numbered accordingly.

The Renewable Energy Annual 2002 will also present information on solar and geothermal heat pump manufacturing activities, as well as, the status of renewable energy federal legislation in the 108th U.S. Congress.

To access the report, visit EIA’s web site at:
http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/solar.renewables/page/trends/renewtrends.html

To view the PDF of the report, click here:
http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/solar.renewables/page/trends/trends.pdf

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