Follow the Flow

Follow the Flow

March 24, 2013

Fossil fuels provided the bulk, nearly 85%, of U.S. energy supply, with nuclear and renewables making up the remaining 15%. This chart visualizes where energy comes from, where it’s used, and how much is wasted. May/June 2010 Source

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The Future of Solar Energy

February 4, 2013

Renewable energy continues to be at the forefront of economical and environmental discussions across the globe. GE and JESS3 have partnered to visually tell the story of solar power: its past, present and future. As GE continues to demonstrate its leadership and commitment to renewable energy through its latest solar panel development, it also continues […]

How Renweable Energy is Working for Hawaii

How Renweable Energy is Working for Hawaii

August 30, 2012

Hawaii is one of the most fossil-fuel dependent states in the nation but the Hawaiian Clean Energy Initiative is looking to change that. This infographic looks at Hawaii’s efforts to become more energy efficient by 2030. Solar, wind, and biomass powers unite! Source

The Average American

The Average American’s Annual Energy Consumption

August 22, 2012

The push to go green has many people pay closer attention to their consumption habits. This infographic looks at the average American’s annual energy consumption and traces the source of the energy. The infographic also examines how the US stacks up against other nations in consumption, which only affirms our position as a large consumer […]

Energy Subsidies Black, Not Green

Energy Subsidies Black, Not Green

August 22, 2012

The study summarized by this visualization shows that the United States government has provided substantially greater subsidies to fossil fuel development than renewable energy. More than half of the subsidies for renewable energy went toward corn-based ethanol. (Years 2002 through 2008) Source

Everything Under the Sun

Everything Under the Sun

May 25, 2012

That burning ball of fire also known as the sun is responsible for sunburns, melted ice cream and flowering plants. That burning ball or center star of our universe is also a great resource for energy. This infographic examines all things sunny and highlights some fun facts about solar energy and the sun. Source

The Future of Wind and Marine Energy

The Future of Wind and Marine Energy

May 24, 2012

Research based on 261 responses from managers or business owners in the sector for wind and marine energy. Published by Raconteur Media in association with Renewable UK. This featured in The Times newspaper (UK). Source