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The inertia of fossil fuels in the commercial sector of the United States has maintained its momentum throughout, and efforts to replace it with renewable energy has continuously been made. This dynamic relationship is impacted by multi-economic and political variables both in the domestic and international markets. In this paper, we have explored the dynamic impact of total renewable energy consumption (RE) on the decomposed wavelet frequencies of energy consumed by fossil fuels (FE) in thedoi:10.3389/fenrg.2022.848301 fatcat:huqet36sp5d6hgrh2yisjelg3y