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Corresponding Web Notes: U.S. Energy Production and Consumption (pptx / pdf / key)

Percentage of U.S. Electrical Energy vs. Energy Source:

Compiled from data on: EIA Electricity Data Browser (link)

My spreadsheet using those data to create this plot (link)

Papers cited in web notes or used in their preparation:

EIA FAQ's 2017: How much electricity does an American home use? (link / cached copy)

EIA Annual Energy Outlook 2015 (link / cached copy)

EIA FAQ's 2017: What is U.S. electricity generation by energy source? (link / cached copy)

Washington Post: Mapping how the United States generates its Electricity (link / cached copy)

National Public Radio: Coal, Gas, Nuclear, Hydro? How Your State Generates Power (link / cached copy)

EIA: Electricity demand patterns matter for valuing electricity supply resources (link / cached copy)

EIA: Demand for electricity changes through the day (link / cached copy)

Department of Energy: U.S. Electricity Primer (link / cached copy)

EIA: U.S. Energy flow 2013 (link / cached copy)