Renewable Energy Makes the Grid More Reliable

Fact sheets

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Renewable energy sources make important contributions to the country’s electricity mix and help keep the lights on in a cost-effective manner for millions of American families and businesses.

No energy source is capable of generating electricity 100 percent of the time. But continuing to invest in wind and solar, as well as battery storage, will result in more market flexibility and predictability, both of which contribute to a reliable energy grid.

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