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Sample Electricity Dashboard

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The next two map embeds are from the Electricity Data Browser

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&geoset_id=ELEC.GEN.ALL-99.M&relation_id=ELEC.GEN.ALL-99.M|FUEL&regions=USA&relation_mode=area &num=7D"></iframe>
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High prices not only affect consumer pocketbook, it affect the viability of solar (along with sunshine and tax breaks)

The next two maps embed are from the International Energy Browser

Global usage by country shows total Chinese usage surpassing the U.S. in 2011

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The growth of electricity usage (and CO2 emissions) in China eclipses the rest of the world:

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