anonymous
  • anonymous
The energy source used to produce most of the electrical energy in the United States is _______? Can someone help me on this?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It's not multiple choice and I can't find it in my textbook.
anonymous
  • anonymous
fossil fuels. meaning coal and oil
ghazi
  • ghazi
hmm, well in USA you can have these sources or major sources - fossils (coal and oil , btw oil is not used for generation of electricity ) - nuclear power plant - natural gas - geothermal power plants are there - solar , basically in cali - wind at lower scale and - tidal energy these all are used for power generation

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Everything I read says Nuclear Energy
ghazi
  • ghazi
nuclear has small fraction in the whole power generation so basically power generation is contributed by all of the above and yea you can say majority is provided by nuclear and fossils
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you want the single dominant contributor in the US, it's coal.

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