Electricity intensity of U.S. homes and commercial buildings decreases in coming decades

In EIA’s recently released Annual Energy Outlook 2019 (AEO2019) Reference case, projected residential and commercial purchased electricity consumption grows more slowly than the number of households or total commercial floorspace. As a result, electricity intensity—the amount of electricity consumed per household or square foot of commercial floorspace—decreases by an average of 0.3% per year and 0.4% per year from 2018 through 2050 in the residential and commercial sectors, respectively. Source: Today in Energy – Electricity intensity of U.S. homes and commercial buildings decreases in coming decades

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