In 2030, the average American household will need to upgrade to a newer model, according to a new report by the Energy Information Administration.
That means that more Americans will need air conditioning than have it installed in the past.
The report, released on Tuesday, found that air conditioning accounts for only 0.5% of Americans’ energy use.
That compares to more than a quarter of Americans who say they use a car or truck for that purpose.
But the number of Americans installing air conditioning has doubled in the last 15 years, to more that a third of the U.S. population.
The average air conditioning installed in 2030 is estimated to be a 10% increase from the year before, according the report.
The biggest increases are in states that have already had some of the biggest increases in energy use, such as California and Texas.
In 2030 the average household in California will need a new air conditioning system, according a report released on Monday by the U,S.
Energy Information Agency.
In Texas, air conditioning will be required for 10% of the households by 2030, according that report.
In California, the report said air conditioning should be required in 50% of households by 2035.
A large majority of those air conditioning systems are likely to be electric, according TOI.
More: CO2 emissions from electricity generation, including coal and natural gas, are likely going up.
Electricity production has doubled since the mid-1970s, but electricity consumption is now more than double that of oil and gas.
According to the report, electric power generation will account for more than 40% of energy use by 2030.
Coal will account on 20% and natural-gas will account in 20%.
The most likely scenario for electric generation in 2030 for the U.,S.
is a 50% increase over today.
The most likely energy use for coal is for heat production, but for natural gas and oil the percentages are closer to 30% and 20%, respectively.