Last week the Energy Information Administration released its U.S. Annual Energy Review which covers just about any data imaginable for any energy resource and sector from 1949 through 2010. You can find colored maps of where renewable energy resources–wind, solar, geothermal and biomass–are located. You can see how much our government–defense and civilian agencies–have reduced energy use over the decades. You can find appliance penetration by household in the U.S.–and note that VCR’s have plummeted and DVD’s increased. You can track the purchase of alternative fuel and electric vehicles–as well as the price of gasoline.You can see the energy efficiency impact that utility demand side management programs have had on our nation’s energy consumption. If you need energy data–traditional or alternative fuels and resources–EIA is the place to go.