From Statista…
As of March 2019, the U.S. was using around 10% of renewable energy in its overall energy mix, a figure comparable to those of European countries like the UK and Germany. Some countries were using more renewable energy sources, like Canada and New Zealand, both of which have been investing in their respective hydropower sectors. Australia is trailing the U.S. in the adoption of renewables and is relying even more heavily on coal. The share of renewables in U.S. electricity generation is about the same as their share in total energy consumption. Here, other countries are already using more renewables, like Canada (66%), the U.K.(29%) or Germany (33%).