Given the information in the line graph, illustrating the changes in data regarding energy in America from 2008 assessments since 1980 with envisaged projections until 2030.
It is evident that the U.S Energy Consuming in petrol and oil enjoyed a predominant sort while the consumption of Coal and Natural Gas stayed roughly the same in the recorded period. In addition to this, the expenditure of Nuclear, Solar/ Wind and Hydropower energy remained insignificantly constant.
Starting at 35 quadrillion units in 1980, the spending of energy in Petrol is evaluated to reach a peak of 48 quadrillion units in 2030. The consumption in Coal and Natural gas, meanwhile fluctuated at somewhere between 16 and 24 quadrillion units prior to 2015, before Coal growing noticeably to 29 quadrillion units while Natural Gas remained considerably constant in the prediction until 2030.
Last but not least, the consuming in Nuclear, Solar/Wind and Hydropower energy occasionally fluctuated during the 50-year period from 1980 to 2030. Increasing from approximately 4 to 6 quadrillion units as predicted in the proportion of Nuclear energy. This was followed by the consuming in Solar/Wind energy from 4 to 5 quadrillion units between 1980 and 2030 while Hydropower energy spending remained considerable steady in the mentioned period.