Hydroelectric dams generate 40% of the world's renewable energy, the largest of any type. View this infographic to learn more.
This visualization breaks down U.S. oil imports by country for 2021, showing the split by OPEC and non-OPEC nations.
Wind and solar make up 10% of the world’s electricity. Combined, they are the fourth-largest source of electricity after coal, gas, and hydro.
In 2021 coal-fired electricity generation reached all-time highs, rising 9% from the year prior. Here's what it'd take to phase it out of the energy mix.
Wind energy is the largest source of renewable electricity in North America. This graphic maps U.S. states by wind electricity generation.
Explore North America's crude oil pipelines and refineries across the U.S. and Canada in our interactive map.
Will the clean energy transition create jobs, or will jobs be lost? Here is projected employment growth in clean energy and related sectors to 2030.