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Renewable energy a major source of new generating capacity in the United States

Renewable Energy Provides More Than 40 Percent of New Generating Capacity

According to data from the latest Energy Infrastructure Update report just released from the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC) Office of Energy Projects, renewable energy sources including solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and hydro account for 40.61 percent of all new electrical energy capacity put into service in the U.S. through the first nine months of 2014. Only natural gas provided more new capacity during…

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The shifting attitudes and behaviors of US consumers to environmentalism

The Evolution of US Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors

A new report titled “Twenty Year Evolution of Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors” from GfK and SC Johnson is an updated version of the groundbreaking 1990 study, “The Environment: Public Attitudes and Individual Behavior,” executed by the Roper Organization (now a part of GfK).  The SC Johnson research was the precursor to Green Gauge®, the world’s longest-running survey research program probing the appetite…

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