Measuring energy use per transactions makes no sense, as mining energy consumption is not related to the number of transactions processed.
Also a huge portion of the energy used by bitcoin would otherwise be wasted.
Also your figures are egregiously off and taken from flawed estimates
If you take every long-refuted criticism of Bitcoin along with cherrypicked examples of cringe celebrities endorsing it, and you combine that with misinformed neo-Marxism and an unquestioning acceptance of government officials, you get this article.
If your average sports writer actually wanted to understand the space, they could read something with real data: https://nydig.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/NYDIG-Bitcoin-N...