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Published Monday, December 16, 19 | By PaulvHill

contributed by Ronna Fleischman Americans take light switches and electrical sockets for granted. But how many Americans know how much electricity they are using throughout the day, the week, or even the year? Or even where it comes from?  Americans consume 20% of the world’s supply of electricity. The average per person per year in the United States is 335.9 million BTUs. In the world, the yearly per person average is 72.4 million. America’s continuation of this type enjoyment depends upon a stable and abundant supply of affordable energy. Energy is critical to producing, processing, transporting, preparing, and preserving food.  It powers communication and computing networks. It heats and cools us. Energy allows us to move people and goods safely and quickly to all corners of the world. It is vital to our security. We are totally dependent on energy. Shortages can drastically affect our everyday lives and harm our national economy. Read More 

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