U.S. Energy Department to release data on energy use

A new U.N. report says the United States will release data in 2017 showing the number of electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles on the road, a key milestone for efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

The report, “Energy, Climate and Environmental Security: A New Assessment of United States Electric Vehicle Manufacturing and Renewable Energy Technologies,” is expected to be released in June.

It will be released by the U.K.-based Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the report said.

The U.s. government said it will release its own report in 2018.

The release is important because it will give the world a picture of what the U and other nations are doing in energy use, including fossil fuels and nuclear power, the report’s authors said.

“We are not just talking about cars and trucks anymore.

We are talking about people, buildings and even farms,” said Thomas Gedney, the U’s climate and energy program director, who led the work on the report.

He said the United will release the report because the U will have to do more.

“It’s a good thing, because it means we are on track to meet the Paris Agreement, but it’s not going to be enough,” Gedstone said.

U.n. climate change chief says world has reached ‘tipping point’ The report says a lot more needs to be done to reduce emissions, especially in developing countries.

For instance, a recent report from the U., the United Kingdom, and other countries found that the share of the world’s total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions comes from the energy sector, including electricity and gas production.

The United States, the top emitter, is still the biggest emitter of GHGs.

The rest of the countries are lagging.

The countries that have cut emissions by the largest numbers, such as China, India and Brazil, are still the world leaders in emissions.

India has emitted at least 80 percent of the greenhouse gases in the world.

In addition, emissions from the industrial sector have been dropping, but the report says it’s still too early to say if this trend will continue.

“What we do know is that the world is getting cleaner and cleaner,” Gee said.

That’s because of the technology that makes solar panels, wind turbines and electric vehicles, he said.

In the report, the authors said the world can reach its goal of cutting GHG emissions by 2030, or about 1.5 billion metric tons of CO2.

The researchers say the United Nations will publish the new report in 2020.