Section 10. Renewable Energy

May 2003
Monthly Energy Review;May2003, p139
Presents an account of the consumption of the renewable energy in various sectors of the U.S. for the year 2002. Amount of renewable energy consumption in 2002; Amount of the energy consumed by the electric power sector in 2002; Amount of consumption of renewable energy accounted by the industrial facilities sector.


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