The correct answer to this question is right. The most recent data available for per capita energy is from the year 2008. It is measured in kilograms of oil. The United States consumption measured at 7,885, while the European Union's consumption measured at 3,773. 7,885 is a higher number than 3,773, making the United States consumption higher than the European Union's.
The United States is higher in a number of statistics, including a higher quality of life compared to other nations. This is one reason why many other nations want to move and live in the United States because of the opportunities the country has.
True (t)-true. the 2008 (the most recent year for which data is available) per capita energy consumption (measured in kilograms of oil equivalent per person) for the united states was 7,885 and the weighted e.u. average was 3,773. per capita consumption of energy in the u.s. is significantly higher than in several nations often listed as offering a higher or comparable quality of life as in the united states. the 2008 per capita energy consumption in the u.s and the e.u countries is outlined in the document available at: https://www.dovetailinc.org/files/energy.pdf