December 6, 2012

U.S. Outlook: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

Daniel J. Weiss, Think Progress


Climate Progress

New projections released by the Department of Energy show a mixed — but mostly scary — picture for America’s energy and environmental future. This week, the Energy Information Administration released its “AEO 2013 Early Release Overview.” It is the preview version of its complete Annual Energy Outlook 2013 due next spring. This updates AEO 2012 by factoring in newly adopted policies – such as the 2017-2025 fuel economy standards for light duty vehicles – for EIA’s projections of energy production, consumption, and carbon pollution between now and 2040.

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