On April 15, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) released part of its Annual Energy Outlook 2013. The report said the energy use per person is expected to decline between 2011 and 2040 due to increased appliance and vehicle energy efficiency standards; the study predicted th energy use per capita will be at 1963 levels by 2034, around 270 million Btu per person. The report also said states will meet or exceed renewable energy goals set up by their renewable portfolio standards (RPSs). Through the 2020s the renewable energy surplus will decline as only a little capacity will be added, and technology in the mid-2030s will spur competition between renewable and traditional energy. By 2040, state utilities are expected to generate 619 billion kilowatt-hours of renewable energy, 184 billion kilowatt-hours above RPS standards. In addition, the report anticipated that the U.S. economy will shift away from energy-intensive manufacturing sectors like refineries and towards the service sector. While additional sections will be published in the upcoming weeks, the full report will be released on May 2.