All energy sources have negative impacts, but some are better for the environment than others. Which energy source is the cleanest?
From renewables to fossil fuels, we've visualized the diverse mix of energy sources that powered U.S. energy consumption in 2020.
See how the world's future energy mix is expected to change by 2040, using projections based on two different policy scenarios.
It is counterintuitive, but electric vehicles are not possible without oil - these petrochemicals bring down the weight of cars to make EVs possible.
Helium is incredibly important for technology. Yet, because it is so light, it escapes into the atmosphere and is very limited in supply.
Nearly 100 GW of new power coming online is from solar and wind, making up 36% of new electrical capacity being added in these jurisdictions.
The decline of coal has been swift and unprecedented. We show in these three charts how it went from American energy hero to zero.
See in this .gif animation how much the U.S. electricity grid has evolved over the last two decades.
This chart shows the history of America's energy supply based on energy source. This brief history covers all from wood-powered locomotives to solar panels.
This series of data visualizations shows how the United States has generated its electricity so far in 2015 by energy source and size of each power...