June 26 — The country’s score dropped to 55.5 points out of 100, compared with 61.5 in the previous ranking. According to ACEEE, the drop is “due to policy changes and some revisions to our scoring methodology.” It is the first efficiency ranking the group has published since President Trump announced the United States would not participate in the Paris climate accord.
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