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How much energy did Americans use in 2016?

US energy usage, energy consumption

Last week, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory released its latest energy flow chart depicting American energy usage in 2016. The laboratory releases a fantastic, compact little diagram showing the sources of U.S. energy, what it’s used for, and how much of it is wasted. Vox does a great job of explaining this little graph, which measures energy consumption in what ...

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Prominent energy scientist dies in California at 96

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — Richard Post, a prominent scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory who researched how to store renewable energy, has died. He was 96. Post died Tuesday in Walnut Creek after a sudden illness, the Los Angeles Times reported on Friday. Post was an avid inventor who had his name on 34 patents. In recent years, he focused ...

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