The WXenergy team is taking a look at some of the new trends in power generation that we have seen in recent months.
They have found that the use of solar energy has risen by more than 100 percent since 2016, and that wind power has also increased.
The WZEnergy team has compiled a list of the most recent energy trends for each of these three energy sources.
This list is currently only available to people with an approved WZenergy account.
Here’s what you need to know about the energy trends in your state: Renewable energy trends are going up in states where the wind industry has increased The renewable energy industry in states like California has increased, with solar power becoming more popular as a source of energy, according to the WZ Energy team.
The biggest increase was in Nevada, which jumped from 13.4 percent of the total installed capacity in 2016 to 19.3 percent in 2017.
Wind energy also has increased from 7.7 percent to 9.3 per cent in the same time period.
The largest jump in wind capacity was in Massachusetts, from 6.3 to 8.5 percent.
It’s possible that wind and solar power will increase in the future, the team said, but it’s too soon to predict how the market will evolve.
The new trends that WZ has found in 2018 have to do with the increasing number of solar and wind farms.
For example, the company found that there were more solar farms in 2018 than in any year since 2016.
The number of wind farms in the United States increased by over 80 percent from the year before to the year 2017, according the WX Energy team, while the number of hydroelectric dams increased by 50 percent.
These are not isolated events.
WZ also found that natural gas is now the third largest source of electricity generation in the US, behind coal and nuclear power.
This is because natural gas production has grown faster than the other two, the WZZ team said.
The growing use of natural gas, along with the growing use and availability of renewables like wind and hydropower, has resulted in an increase in energy efficiency and emissions, which in turn has led to lower energy prices for consumers.
The company’s report on 2018 energy trends can be found here.
The rise in renewable energy in California also has led the state to enact stricter energy regulations that are aimed at encouraging the use and production of renewables.
California also became the first state in the nation to require solar power stations to meet the new standards, and solar panels will be required to have a certain energy density and output before being allowed to sell energy to the grid.
The California legislature also passed a law last year that will require energy-efficient cars to be required in new buildings.
In addition, the state is looking to expand solar and geothermal energy in the coming years.
WX has found that this has led California to install more wind turbines than in previous years.
The team said that California has now installed more than 11.5 gigawatts of wind energy, which is nearly 10 times the size of the wind farms that were built during the height of the Great California Drought in 2016.
WZZ has also found the number and types of solar panels in California has grown from 1.2 gigawatts in 2017 to 1.7 gigawatts this year.
The report on California renewable energy trends is also available here.