Energy Information Administration
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) says the United States' carbon emissions are expected to fall in 2011, but will rise in 2012 as the economy continues to recover.
There are lots of ways to measure a hurricane’s impact: wind speeds, damage estimates, people evacuated. But now the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has added one more: tracking the energy impact.
Another week has come and gone. And, what a week it was. Some may say renewable energies and technologies are expensive, insignificant, or a waste of money. However, no one can ever claim renewable energies are not exciting. Once again this week was littered with unusual, spectacular, wildly creative, and downright crazy inventions and ideas for generating clean energy.&
A report by the U.S. Energy Department's Energy Information Administration (EIA), says household energy costs would increase by $83 a year under the American Clean Energy and Security Bill.
The Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration (EIA) is the repository for the reference case analysis for US energy usage and projections.