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U.S. Energy and Employment Report

U.S. Energy and Employment Report

Full Title: U.S. Energy and Employment Report
Author(s): National Association of State Energy Officials and Energy Futures Initiative
Publisher(s): Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)
Publication Date: May 1, 2018
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Description (excerpt):

The USEER examines four sectors of the economy – “Electric Power Generation and Fuels”, “Transmission, Distribution, and Storage”, “Energy Efficiency”, and “Motor Vehicles”. The first two of these sectors, Electric Power Generation and Fuels and Transmission, Distribution, and Storage make up what are generally considered the “Traditional Energy” sectors. Energy Efficiency cuts across a range of occupations, especially construction and professional services, but includes manufacturing as well. The Motor Vehicles industry is included because its products play a special role in modern society’s use of energy with transportation representing 71 percent of the country’s daily domestic oil consumption and 28 percent of overall energy usage.

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