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Indicator Assessment Final energy consumption intensity (ENER 021) - Assessment published Aug 2011
Economic growth continues to entail less final energy consumption within the EU-27 economy. Over the period 1990-2008, the EU final energy intensity has decreased by around 1.6%/year, and mainly during the years 1996-2000 (-3.1%/year). Since 1995, decoupling of growth from final energy consumption was most successful in the agriculture and services sector where the energy intensity has decreased by respectively 25.7% and 24.9%. In the tertiary and transport sectors the final energy consumption intensities have decreased by 15 % and 8% compared to 1995. In the households sector, the final energy consumption per capita increased by 1.9 % since 1995 due to larger and more numerous dwellings, and greater ownership of electrical appliances.
Located in Data and maps Indicators Final energy consumption intensity
Figure Final energy consumption (million TOE) and per capita final consumption, EU-27
Final energy consumption (million TOE) and per capita final consumption, EU-27
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Daviz Visualization Gross inland energy consumption
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Figure EU27 net imports of natural gas, oil, solid fuels and the sum of these, by country of origin, as a % of fuel-specific gross inland energy consumption
EU27 net imports of natural gas, oil, solid fuels and the sum of these, by country of origin, as a % of fuel-specific gross inland energy consumption
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Article Power to the people
In modern societies, almost everything consumes energy. It is not only electronic gadgets, household appliances or street lighting that need it. Bringing water to our homes or food products to our supermarkets also require energy. Current consumption and production patterns demand a steady and often increasing energy supply.
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Figure Final energy consumption by sector in the Western Balkans, 1995–2005
Final energy consumption by sector in the Western Balkans, 1995–2005
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Figure Residential energy consumption in the Western Balkans by energy carrier, 2004
Residential energy consumption in the Western Balkans by energy carrier, 2004
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Indicator Specification Final energy consumption by sector and fuel
Final energy consumption covers energy supplied to the final consumer for all energy uses. It is calculated as the sum of final energy consumption of all sectors. These are disaggregated to cover industry, transport, households, services and agriculture. The indicator can be presented in relative or absolute terms. The relative contribution of a specific sector is measured by the ratio between the final energy consumption of that sector and total final energy consumption calculated for a calendar year. It is a useful indicator which highlights a country's sectoral needs in terms of final energy demand.
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Figure Summaries the overall picture of the energy system in the EU (Mtoe)
The figure is a Sankey diagram which shows the composition of the primary energy entering the energy system of the EU-28 in 2012, and where this primary energy was used, either as losses or as consumption by specific sectors of the economy.
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SPARQL Trends in total energy intensity, gross domestic product and total energy consumption, EU-27
Located in Data and maps Data visualisation Semantic Data Service (sparql repository)
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