US Energy Use to Slow, Get Cleaner

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"The energy landscape in the U.S. has shifted dramatically in recent years. Domestic oil and gas production has increased, while efficiency programs have led to lower consumption."

Associated Press

Energy use in the U.S. is expected to grow less than one percent per year through 2035 and the U.S. will become less dependent on foreign energy sources, the government reported.

The Energy Information Administration released its Annual Energy Outlook Monday, which projects energy production and consumption through 2035. The energy landscape in the U.S. has shifted dramatically in recent years. Domestic oil and gas production has increased as the industry has learned to tap resources trapped in shale formations across much of the country. At the same time, efficiency programs inspired by environmental concerns and recent energy price spikes have led to lower energy consumption. . .View Full Article

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