Americans' spending on energy,
. . . is actually at a 60 year low.
The drop in spending has coincided,
. . . with a precipitous collapse in coal consumption, and
. . . a gradual decline in CO2 emissions too.
In fact, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, which compiled these figures,
. . . CO2 emissions are now at their lowest level since 1990, and
. . . 24% below what they were in 2005.
The US Army is already saving
. . . $1 Billion Dollars,
. . . from energy efficiency improvements.
2-15-2017 Source: Follow the Money
Follow the Money
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