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Figure Share of renewable energy in total gross inland energy consumption (in %)
The table shows the share of renewable energy in total gross energy inland consumption (in %)
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Figure Renewable electricity as a percentage of gross electicity consumption, 2009
Renewable electricity as a percentage of gross electricity consumption, 2009. The renewable electricity directive (2001/77/EC) defines renewable electricity as the share of electricity produced from renewable energy sources in total electricity consumption. The latter includes imports and exports of electricity. The electricity generated from pumping in hydropower plants is included in total electricity consumption but it is not included as a renewable source of energy.
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Indicator Assessment Renewable primary energy consumption (CSI 030/ENER 029) - Assessment published Apr 2012
The share of renewable energy sources in gross inland energy consumption (GIEC) increased in the EU-27 from 4.2% in 1990 to 9% in 2009. The main contributor is biomass and wastes (6.1% of the GIEC in 2009), followed by hydro (1.7%) and wind (0.7%). The gross inland energy consumption from renewable increased by 4.1%/year on average over the period 1990-2009 and by 7.1%/year from 2005 to 2009 (+5.8% in 2009). Despite the decrease of the gross energy inland consumption during the last years, the share of renewable continues to grow.  In 2009, the share of renewable energy in total gross inland energy consumption in EU-15 was 9%, hence a significant effort will be needed to meet the indicative target of 12 % share of renewables by 2010.  In non EU EEA countries the share of renewable in gross inland energy consumption reached 19.7% in 2009. The gross inland energy consumption increased by 2.5%/year since 1990, of which 1.1%/year for the renewable consumption. For the most recent years the gross inland energy consumption increased by 3%/year, of which 1.6%/year for the renewable consumption
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Figure Average annual growth rates of renewable energy in electricity consumption (EU-27) for 1990-2009 and 2008-2009
Average annual growth rates of renewable energy in electricity consumption (EU-27) for 1990-2009 and 2008-2009.
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Figure Renewable energy production by country, 2005
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Figure Share of renewables in gross electricity generation, EU 27
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Figure Decomposition analysis of the main factors influencing the CO2 emissions from public electricity and heat production between 1990 and 2004
The orange bars show the factors that have an increasing effect on emissions whereas the green bars show the factors that have a reduction effect
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Figure Average annual growth rates of renewable energy in EU‑27 electricity consumption, 1990–2009 and 2005–2009
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Figure Projected growth of energy sources in Eurasia without Russia, 2006, and projections until 2030
Projected growth of energy sources in Eurasia without Russia, 2006, and projections until 2030
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