This World Cup is Unlike Any Other, But Is That A Good Thing?
In today's "Where The Money Is", Motley Fool energy analysts Taylor Muckerman and Joel South turn to Twitter for some interesting tweets about energy -- including this one, discussing how much energy the 2014 World Cup will consume.
The World Cup uses a staggering amount of energy, and not just in the places you'd think. In addition to the stadiums that have to be built and the players that have to be flown in, there's tourism to consider -- along with the spike in energy used to broadcast the games on television and to watch them at home.
How does that compare to current energy production? Better yet -- how does that compare to the next World Cup?
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