Per capita residential electricity sales in the U.S. have fallen since 2010

Following sustained growth through 2010, U.S. residential electricity sales have declined in both absolute and per capita terms. Although changes in the weather are a key driver of year-over-year fluctuations, energy efficiency improvements and economic factors have contributed to the decline in per capita residential electricity sales since 2010. Source: Today in Energy – Per capita residential electricity sales in the U.S. have fallen since 2010

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