New York is the City that never sleeps, and it shows. The metropolis, which is home to more than 8.4 billion people, uses roughly 60,000,000,000 kWh of energy annually.
Using a plethora of energy sources such as oil, natural gas, liquefied natural gas, solar, wind, and hydro, the guys at VisualCapitalist asked the question: What would it take to power the Big Apple for a year with each individual energy source?
Liquefied natural gas
Note: The numbers are based off of average electricity consumption, assuming that energy can be banked in times of surplus and used during times of deficiency.