- Wind generation has increased steadily during the past decade, in part, because the Production Tax Credit (PTC), which drove wind capacity additions, was extended.
- Annual hydroelectric generation has fluctuated between 250 million MWh and 320 million MWh in the past decade, reflecting a stable capacity base and variable annual precipitation.
- Although weather patterns also affect wind generation in different regions, capacity growth has been the predominant driver of annual changes in wind generation.
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