Charts of the Day: U.S. Energy Consumption Not Likely to Change Much

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Brad Plumer points us to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s newly released Annual Energy Outlook 2012 report, and their projections aren’t especially heartening. They forecast that the U.S. mix of energy consumption isn’t going to change much over the next 25 years, and as a result our carbon emissions aren’t likely to decrease either. Brad has more here. The complete EIA report (with bigger charts!) is here.

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