Today in Energy

May 2017

May 23, 2017

Fuel economy improvements are projected to reduce future gasoline use

May 22, 2017

Air conditioning and other appliances increase residential electricity use in the summer

May 19, 2017

OPEC net oil revenues in 2016 were the lowest since 2004

May 18, 2017

Large commercial buildings are more likely to use lighting control strategies

May 17, 2017

California electricity mix in 2017 has involved more renewables, less natural gas

May 16, 2017

Oil-fired power plants provide small amounts of U.S. electricity capacity and generation

May 15, 2017

Petroleum product exports from Central Atlantic states were unusually high in February

May 12, 2017

U.S. nuclear capacity and generation expected to decline as existing generators retire

May 11, 2017

Natural gas has displaced coal in the Northeast’s generation mix over the past 10 years

May 10, 2017

Flows of gasoline and diesel into the Midwest fall as demand flattens and production grows

May 9, 2017

New pipeline infrastructure should accommodate expected rise in Permian oil production

May 8, 2017

American households use a variety of lightbulbs as CFL and LED adoption increases

May 5, 2017

Nuclear plants account for more than half of electricity generation in Illinois

May 4, 2017

Utility-scale solar has grown rapidly over the past five years

May 3, 2017

Power plants’ costs and value to the grid are not easily reflected using simple metrics

May 2, 2017

Wind turbines provide 8% of U.S. generating capacity, more than any other renewable source

May 1, 2017

Carbon intensity of energy use is lowest in U.S. industrial and electric power sectors

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