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This massive diagram shows all energy created in the U.S., and where it goes. It's not sexy, but it gives a great 10,000 ft overview of...
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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...