The Energy Information Administration (EIA) is an independent agency within the U.S. Department of Energy providing data, analysis, and forecasts on a wide range of energy topics.
As one of the world’s most trusted sources for energy information, EIA’s publications offer meaningful insights into all areas of energy production, consumption and pricing – from traditional resources including oil, natural gas and coal to renewable sources such as solar, wind and hydropower.
The data provided by EIA’s analyses covers many years and covers every corner of the United States to help consumers, businesses and others better understand the changing dynamics in both national and global energy markets.
In addition to its valuable research activities, EIA also serves as an advocate for innovation and new technologies that could benefit those industries in which it researches.
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