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Alternative energy sources include wind, solar and geothermal energy, as well as energy from biofuels and hydroelectric power. In short, alternatives to energy from fossil fuels and nuclear power. Most of the United States’ renewable-energy capacity comes from wind farms and hydroelectric sources, followed by biomass and liquid biofuels including ethanol. The U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts solar-energy capacity will increase in the coming years in states including California, Nevada, North Carolina, Texas and Georgia, although the agency estimates solar-power generation will still represent only one percent of all U.S. energy generation in 2017.

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