Yearly Energy Consumption in the USA -Focus on the Petroleum

Here’s the EIA’s annual energy consumption graph for the year 2018, the year when your president began claiming “U.S. Energy Independence.

Nothing, of course, could have been further from the truth. However, the American people seem to have bought the lie.

How much energy-equivalence is there if the petroleum consumption–used predominantly in transportation sector of the economy–were instead electricity consumption?

Here’s Kyle’s Converter’s answer: 10,257 Terawatt-hours. The USA currently is consuming just over 4,000 Terawatt-hours of electricity annually.

Where is the plan to convert the USA’s economy from 10,257 Terawatt-hours equivalent energy consumption with petroleum, over to renewable energy? There is no plan, at any level.