Today in Energy publishes one short, topical, data-driven article each day to help energy professionals and the general public keep up with the latest developments in renewable and nonrenewable energy. The report comes from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), and the articles are primarily U.S.-focused. Recent articles covered the impact of California's drought on the state's hydroelectric generation (July 7, 2021 issue), declining U.S. fossil fuel consumption (July 1 and 6, 2021 issues), and forecasting electricity disruptions in the U.S. this summer (June 30, 2021 issue). At the top of the page, readers can click "Prices" to see wholesale and retail prices for various energy products, updated each weekday morning. Readers can also find previous articles in the "Archive" or peruse articles by keywords such as Renewables, Exports/Imports, and Production/Supply ("Browse by Tag"). In the green menu on the left side of the landing page, readers can click "Email Updates" to sign up to receive Today in Energy in their inbox, as well as subscribe to other EIA newsletters on energy jobs, fuel prices, and region-specific energy news. Specialists working in energy may want to check out the EIA's YouTube channel (@EIAgov), where the organization posts recorded webinars and workshops for industry professionals. The EIA also shares highlights of their work on Facebook and Twitter (@eiagov on both platforms).