We consume about 1 billion short tons of coal annually, which amounts to about 3 million a day.
The U.S. burns 1,026,454,000 tons of coal in a year. This translates to 2,812,202 tonnage used in a day. Coal is responsible for 46% of the nation’s energy needs. Carbon dioxide emission are on the rise, up 5.56% in 2010 from the previous year.
The US uses up 1,060,000,000 short tons of coal a year, divided by 365 days = about 2,904m109.59 a day on average.
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