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What does REC stand for?

REC stands for Residential Energy Consumption (energy use category)

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In advanced economies, home appliances and electronics are the fastest growing source of residential energy consumption, as illustrated by US Energy Information Administration data, rising faster than space and water heating and cooling.
The EIA bases its report on its 2009 Residential Energy Consumption Survey.
Despite widespread use of efficient technology, a new study by scientists from the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory shows that from 1985 to 2002, total residential energy consumption per capita climbed eight percent, and residential consumption for the nation--the figure most relevant to global effects like carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions--climbed 32 percent.
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