Of course, because there are millions of people packed into cities, there are going to use more energy than the rural homes dotting landscapes in between urban settings.
But there are, of course, exceptions here. Cities are “heat islands,” meaning that they generate much more heat than rural areas. Therefore they use more energy in the summer, but less in the winter than a community in the middle of nowhere. Rural areas require individual transportations, and everyone has a car…in cities, its very likely that public transportation is used more often.
Rural areas do use less energy in the long run, but in the city, there are more efficient methods available for stemming the tide of energy consumption.
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