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Electricity Use Was Up Last Year, But Why?

A decade ago, electricity use in the U.S. stopped rising. It had fallen briefly during recessions before, so the initial dip in 2008 and 2009 wasn’t a shock. But after bouncing back in 2010, consumption remained unchanged even as the economy continued

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