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Wind Power Is Getting Taller and Stronger--Especially in Texas

Wind turbines in the U.S. have grown both taller and stronger during the past decade, according to analysis by the Energy Information Administration -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Daily demand and supply: gas prices

If you throw away your pennies think about this: According to the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest Weekly Petroleum Status Report, nationwide gasoline stocks have grown in each of the past five weeks – a new trend for 2017. Over this time period, gasoline stocks increased by roughly 17 million...

US Renewable Electricity Production Up 14.7%, Fossil Fuels & Nuclear Drop

New numbers from the US Energy Information Administration and highlighted by Ken Bossong's Sun Day Campaign show that renewable electricity production through the first three quarters of 2017 was up 14.7%, while coal, natural gas, oil, and nuclear power all decreased. 

Vehicles (Still) Bigger Emissions Source Than Power Plants in United States

The amount of carbon dioxide emissions from the transportation sector continues to exceed the amount from electricity production in the United States, according to the latest data from the US Energy Information Administration. The shift that started last year reveals the challenges to cutting transportation emissions as well as new... Show More Summary

Iowa Might Lack Green Policy But It Still Beats Out California With Cleanest Power

California might be known the world over as a clean energy leader, but according to information from the US Energy Information Administration and highlighted by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the award for cleanest state in the country goes to Iowa -- and they've done it without the aggressive clean energy policies made so famous in California. 

Wind power is getting taller and stronger - especially in Texas

Wind turbines in the United States have grown both taller and stronger over the past decade, according to analysis by the Energy Information Administration (EIA). -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Trump urged the Justice Department to allow an FBI informant to testify in uranium case

President Trump urged the Justice Department to allow an FBI informant to testify before Congress about Russian efforts to enter the U.S. energy market during the Obama administration, a senior White House advisor confirmed Friday. Trump supported the request of Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa, the...

US Renewables Grew Further 10% In 1st Half Of 2017

Renewable energy sources in the United States grew by another 10% in the first half of 2017, according to new figures published by the country's Energy Information Administration and highlighted by Ken Bossong's Sun Day Campaign US Renewables...Show More Summary

Hurricane Harvey Was a Major Test for the Texas Power Grid

Hurricane Harvey took hundreds of electric lines and more than 10,000 megawatts of electricity generating capacity offline, according to new data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

US EIA Predicts 28% Increase In World Energy Use By 2040, Declining Role For Coal, Increased Renewables

The US Energy Information Administration last week published figures which project that world energy consumption will increase by 28% between 2015 and 2040, that coal demand will remain flat, and renewable energy will be the world'sShow More Summary

IEA Gets Hilariously Slammed For Continuously Pessimistic Renewable Energy Forecasts

Like the US Energy Information Administration, the IEA uses various methodologies and assumptions that just consistently bias their forecasts against renewables. It's easy to assume there are some nefarious ulterior motives underneath these consistent errors — crony capitalism and controlling hand of the pollution industry kind of stuff. Show More Summary

US Renewables Matching Nuclear For Now, Soon To Overtake

The US Energy Information Administration last week published its latest 'Electric Power Monthly' which reveals US renewable energy is locked in a virtual dead-heat with US nuclear energy, each providing roughly 20% of the country's electrical...Show More Summary

Oil Prices Rise as U.S. Stockpiles Fall, Again

The U.S. Energy Information Administration's latest report showed that domestic crude supplies fell for the week ended Aug. 18, marking its eighth straight week of declines.

US LNG Exports to Increase: EIA

U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)'s latest Short-Term Energy Outlook projects that the United States will export more natural gas than it imports in 2017. The United States has been a net exporter for three of the past four months…

How the Coming Solar Eclipse Will Cast Its Shadow Across the U.S. Solar Fleet

Want to know how the coming solar eclipse will affect your local solar farm? The U.S. Energy Information Administration has the data. The solar eclipse coming on August 21 will cast a pathway of shadow across the United States, with the moon shading at least half of the sunlight reaching the earth across all 48 continental states. Show More Summary

Whatever Happened to Hubberts Peak?

Ronald Bailey, Reason: Crude oil production in the U.S. will reach an average of 9.9 million barrels a day in 2018, the Energy Information Administration projects in its latest Short-Term Energy Outlook report. This would surpass the previous record of 9.6 million barrels per day, set in 1970. Show More Summary

The Vanishing TV Set: Televisions Are Disappearing From U.S. Homes

Data from the Energy Information Administration confirms that the television set is beginning to disappear from American households. “After years of insisting it wasn’t so, the TV Industrial Complex now admits that it’s contracting: The number of people paying for...

Coal projected to be US’ top generating fuel in 2017: EIA

Houston (Platts)– Coal is projected to provide the majority of US power generation in 2017, retaking the crown from natural gas, according to the US Energy Information Administration’s monthly Short Term Energy Outlook released Tuesday. The agency projects coal will … Continue reading ?

Strong Draw in Crude Inventories Boosts Oil Prices

By Oil Price – The Energy Information Administration once again helped to lift oil market spirits this week by reporting another hefty decline in US commercial crude oil inventories for the week ending July 21. A day after the American Petroleum Institute...

These 7 Easy Energy-Saving Hacks Can Save Consumers Hundreds of Dollars Every Year: So Why Aren't Americans Doing Them?

Several easy household energy hacks can help reduce your carbon footprint, but few are taking advantage. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the average American's monthly residential electric bill is $114.03. That's almost $1,400 a year. Show More Summary

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