It’s hard to tell, but there are more than 70 countries in the world that use electrical appliances to power their homes.
Of those, the US tops the list, according to data from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Of those countries, just three use appliances to do the job: Germany, India, and Israel.
This is a trend that has been continuing over the last few years, according the EIA.
According to EIA data, Germany is the world’s largest electricity user, followed by India, Israel, and the US.
And it appears that Israel, with the most electric appliances, also leads the world in appliance usage.
But what is the percentage of electric appliances that are used for home heating?
According to data compiled by the EAA, in 2016, a whopping 1.4 million electric appliances were installed in the US, which equates to about 0.4 percent of all electrical appliances.
But the percentage for other countries is even higher.
In fact, for the first time ever, more than 20 percent of the electricity used by households in the United States comes from electricity generated from renewable sources.
This includes solar energy, biomass and other clean energy sources, and natural gas.
While these renewable sources have been used for years, the trend toward more solar power is driving the trend for more electrical appliances being used.
What does this mean for consumers?
With the growing number of electric appliance uses in the home, consumers are going to be paying more for more electric appliances.
The more electric appliance consumers use, the more they will have to pay for electricity.
The EIA defines an electric appliance as a “energy-saving device” that uses less electricity to heat and cool the home than conventional heating or cooling methods.
These appliances can be either gas or electric.
The number of electrical appliances used by homes is expected to grow in coming years, and by the end of the century, the percentage could surpass 70 percent of total electrical appliance usage worldwide.
While the EIE expects electric appliances to account for only a small portion of the total, they will account for more than half of the energy used by householders by 2060.