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Figure Total Primary Energy Consumption by fuel in the World Regions in 1990. 2000 and 2030
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Figure Total primary energy consumption by energy source in 2006, EU-27
Total primary energy consumption by energy source in 2006, EU-27
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Figure Total primary energy consumption by energy source in 2008, EU-27
The figure shows the total primary energy consumption by energy source in 2008. The contribution of renewable energy sources to gross energy inland consumption (GEIC) increased in the EU-27 from 4.4 % in 1990 to 8.4 % in 2008. For the EU-15, the share of renewables in total gross inland consumption accounted for 8.6%, in 2008, falling substantially short of the indicative target set in the White Paper on renewable energy (COM(97) 599 final) of 12 % by 2010
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Figure Total primary energy consumption by energy source in 2009, EU-27
Total primary energy consumption by energy source in 2009, EU-27
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Figure Total primary energy consumption by energy source in 2010
The figure shows the total consumption of primary energy sources in 2010 for EU-27
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Figure Total primary energy consumption by fuel, EU-27
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Figure Total Primary Energy Consumption per capita (TEC) and Final Energy Consumption per capita (FEC) in 2006 and projections in 2030
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Indicator Specification Total primary energy intensity
Total energy intensity is the ratio between the gross inland consumption of energy (or total energy consumption) and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) calculated for a calendar year. The gross inland consumption of energy is calculated as the sum of the gross inland consumption of the five sources of energy: solid fuels, oil, gas, nuclear and renewable sources. To monitor trends, GDP is in constant prices to avoid the impact of inflation, base year 2000.  Units: Gross inland energy consumption is measured in 1000 tonnes of oil equivalent (ktoe) and GDP in million Euro at 2000 market prices. To make comparisons of trends across countries more meaningful, the indicator is presented as an index. For country comparisons, two additional columns are included to show the actual energy intensity in GDP in purchasing power standards for the latest available year, and also the energy intensity in terms of consumption per capita.
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Figure Total renewable energy consumption
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Figure Total stored amount of high level waste
No information has been included for Bulgaria due to a lack of data.
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