Which state is the least energy efficient?
The state of Indiana has been ranked as the least efficient in the Midwest for the second straight year, according to data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
The Indiana Energy Information Agency (EEI) ranks states based on how energy-efficient they are, based on energy efficiency measures like efficiency and efficiency improvement.
Indiana’s ranking is the lowest in the country.
The U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change has made it clear that states must be energy efficient.
The state ranked at 20th in the nation for energy efficiency last year, which means that Indiana ranked below the average for its regions.
The United States is also ranked 19th for the efficiency of its transportation systems, according the U,S.
Department of Transportation.
But Indiana’s energy efficiency has declined in recent years, with Indiana ranking 26th in 2015, according EnergyWire.
The data comes after Indiana was ranked as one of the top states for renewable energy in a 2016 report from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).
Indiana is a leader in wind, solar and geothermal energy, but the state also has a lot of natural gas and oil and gas production.
It has also invested heavily in natural gas pipelines, which can carry more gas and liquefied natural gas than oil or coal pipelines.
A study from the U of H Energy Institute in 2015 found that Indiana has the third-highest energy cost in the U., with the average monthly electricity bill for consumers at $1,049 per month.
Indiana ranked No. 1 for average monthly energy costs in the state in 2015.