This chart tracks U.S. hourly electricity generation over one week, with various sources producing electricity at different times of the day.
Despite the advent of renewable sources of energy, fossil fuels and their carbon emissions, haven’t gone anywhere.
Asia is on its way to account for half of the world’s electricity generation by 2025. How is this growing demand currently being met?
While Russia still makes billions from fossil fuel exports, revenues are declining. Here are the largest importers since the start of the invasion.
What have energy transitions looked like in the past, and what can we learn from them?
As Europe and the EU shift away from fossil fuels, which energy sources are European countries depending on for their electricity generation?
How much oil, coal, and natural gas do we extract each year? See the scale of annual fossil fuel production in perspective.
This table shows the fluctuating returns for various commodities over the past decade, from energy fuels to industrial and precious metals.
Here's a snapshot of global energy production, and which countries have produced the most fossil fuels, nuclear, and renewable energy since 1980.
The U.S. emits about 6 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases a year. Here's how these emissions rank by sector.