ISO-NE: Natural Gas Remains King In New England Even As Wind & Solar Climb
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New England used more wind and solar power than ever last year, but fossil fuels still make up half the electricity generated in the region.
In new data, power grid operator ISO-New England says 49% of electricity generated in New England last year was from natural gas. Less than 1% was from coal or oil.