Top utility-scale solar and wind developers in the US plan to build 94.1GW of capacity through 2026 with most of it announced or in early development, according to a third quarter report from S&P Global Market Intelligence.

The number is up 2% from the second quarter and includes 54.45GW of solar and 39.7GW of onshore and offshore wind.

Industry pacesetter NextEra Energy had the most solar in development (15.07GW), followed by EDF (8.2GW), and Invenergy (8.07GW), while Apex Clean Energy was the top wind developer (8.64GW).