Will America continue to see its energy costs rise?  Well according to a new report by the Energy Information Administration the answer is no, as steady supplies of coal, gas and electricity should keep pace with demand.  Comments CEI’s Ben Lieberman: “The federal government recently released its Energy Outlook 2005, and it paints a surprisingly optimistic picture. With regard to petroleum they expect the inflation-adjusted price to stay below $2.00 per gallon for many years, and with natural gas they expect to see homeowners paying less in 2025 than they are paying today. Overall, the government does not foresee a future of bargain-basement energy costs, but it does expect gasoline and electricity to remain very affordable.”