EIA Expects Less Electricity to Come from Coal This Summer as Natural Gas, Renewables Rise

EIA expects power plants in the United States will generate 1,168 million…

One in Four U.S. Homes Is All Electric

A growing number of homes in the United States are all electric,…

The Northeast Leads the Country in Net-Metered Wind Electricity Generation Capacity

Since 2011, net-metered wind electricity generating capacity in the Northeast has grown…

U.S. Natural Gas Inventories End Withdrawal Season at Lowest Level Since Spring 2014

Working natural gas in storage in the Lower 48 states at the…

EIA Expects 2019 Summer Average Residential Electricity Use to Be Lowest in Five Years

EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook forecasts that the typical U.S. residential household will…

In 2018, the United States Consumed More Energy Than Ever Before

Primary energy consumption in the United States reached a record high of…

One in Ten U.S. Households Pays an Energy Bill Indirectly as Part of Rent or Condo Fees

Many U.S. households do not pay energy utilities or other suppliers directly…

U.S. Natural Gas-Fired Combined-Cycle Capacity Surpasses Coal-Fired Capacity

The amount of generating capacity from natural gas-fired combined-cycle (NGCC) plants has…

U.S. Natural Gas Production Hit a New Record High in 2018

U.S. natural gas production grew by 10.0 billion cubic feet per day…

More than 60% of Electric Generating Capacity Installed in 2018 Was Fueled by Natural Gas

Based on EIA’s December 2018 monthly electric generator inventory of utility-scale generation,…