US Energy Information Administration, US Department of Energy
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4.1 Humans transfer and transform energy.
6.8 Calculating and monitoring energy use.
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- This website can be used as a resource for a variety of activities involving energy statistics.
About the Science
- This website provides convenient and interactive access to a wide range of US energy statistics.
- A list of all terms and definitions is provided.
- Comments from expert scientist: This is an excellent resource for researchers, policy-makers and others who are interested in electricity data
About the Pedagogy
- This website provides convenient and interactive access to a wide range of US energy statistics. Baseline background information on types and usages of these data sets is important.
- There are many ways to view these data. This flexibility should encourage students to explore these data more thoroughly than conventional charts and tables.
- There are no pedagogical support materials for this resource.
- This resource engages students in using scientific data.
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