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Electricity use for cooling relative to residential electricity sales

U.S. residential electricity use: electricity used for cooling relative to electricity use in 2010 (in billion kilowatt hours)*

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Source

Release date

July 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2010

Supplementary notes

* This figure is taken from the EIA website. The figure was released in February, 2012. Residential electricity use is based on residential retail electricity sales.

According to the source, retail electricity sales figures refer to electricity sales to ultimate customers as reported by electric utilities and other energy service providers.

The figures have been rounded to facilitate comprehension of the statistic.

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