Infographic Compares Summer Energy Consumption with Average U.S. Temperatures
With the need to use energy for stable temperature maintenance, especially during summer and winter months, renewable sources can still play a more significant role.
A critical and often overlooked variable in sustainability is temperature. Whether it’s creature comforts of daily life such as air conditioning, or very critical maintenance of specific temperatures for business operations (food vendors and retailers, industries, and more), everyone ultimately invests in resources to maintain the temperature they need. As temperature variances and extremes come into play, the investment for households, businesses, and communities into resources to compensate for these scenarios becomes more costly. As such, the sources of energy compensation become an important factor in pursuits of sustainability.
Exploring energy consumption of households during different months of the year, and in relation to sources of energy production, the following infographic highlights several facets of energy generation based on the temperature variable being discussed. Several statistics across different states, areas of temperature compensation, and other details are also explored.
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