Tag Archives: EIA

EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook Projects Rise in Energy-Sector Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have been trending downward since 2007, but the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that this may change next year.  In its most recent Short-Term Energy Outlook, EIA projects that energy-sector CO2 emissions will rise … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Posts | Tagged , | Comments Off on EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook Projects Rise in Energy-Sector Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Monthly Renewable Generation Exceeds Nuclear Output For First Time Since 1984

The Energy Information Administration reports that in March and April 2017, monthly electricity generation from utility-scale renewable generators exceeded output from nuclear generators for the first time in over three decades.  According to the EIA, the last time renewable output … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Posts | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Monthly Renewable Generation Exceeds Nuclear Output For First Time Since 1984

U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions Continued to Decline in 2016

While global energy-related CO2 emissions remained flat in 2016, U.S. energy sector emissions fell by 1.7% according to the EIA.  This drop continues the trend of declining energy-related emissions in the U.S.  The 5,170 million metric tons emitted in 2016 … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Posts | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions Continued to Decline in 2016

EIA Reports Increases in Generating Capacity in 2016

According to the Energy Information Administration, in 2016, more generating capacity was added to the U.S. grid than in years past and that by the end of the year wind generating capacity surpassed hydropower capacity. EIA reports that in 2016, … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Posts | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on EIA Reports Increases in Generating Capacity in 2016

Predicting a Future Without the Clean Power Plan

With litigation ongoing before the D.C. Circuit and possible action from the Trump Administration, it is an understatement to call the CPP’s future uncertain.  Not surprisingly, some groups have gone from studying the effects of the CPP’s implementation to studying … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Posts | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Predicting a Future Without the Clean Power Plan