Energy and environment report 2008
- Energyandenvironmentreport2008.pdf [4.4 MB]
- Executive summary [1.0 MB]
Underpinning Energy and Environment indicators:
The 'Energy and Environment indicators' underpinning the Energy and Environment report refer to data covering the period 1990-2005, with few exceptions. The main data sources were: The European Community LRTAP Convention emission inventory report 1990-2005, the 2007 EC Greenhouse Gas Emission inventory report; and the energy balances from Eurostat (for European countries) and from the IEA (for countries not covered by Eurostat). More updated greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions data can be obtained from http://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/climate and http://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/air
The energy and environment indicators with 2006 data should be available in February 2009. The set will also include three new indicators which have been partially included in the Energy and Environment Report (i.e. renewable final energy consumption, energy efficiency and CO2 savings, and security of energy supply).
- EN01 Energy related greenhouse gas emissions
- EN05 Ozone precursors
- EN06 Acidifying substances
- EN07 Particle emissions
- EN08 Emissions intensity
- EN09 Explanatory factors-public heat and electricity production
- EN13 Nuclear Waste Production
- EN14 Discharge of oil from refineries and offshore installations
- EN15 Accidental oil spills from marine shipping
- EN16-CSI27 Final Energy Consumption by Sector
- EN17-CSI28 Total Primary Energy Intensity
- EN18 Electricity Consumption
- EN19 Efficiency of conventional thermal electricity and heat production
- EN20 Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
- EN21 Final Energy Consumption Intensity
- EN26-CSI29 Total Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel
- EN27 Electricity production by fuel
- EN29-CSI30 Primary Renewable Energy
- EN30-CSI31 Renewable Electricity
- EN31 Energy prices
- EN32 Energy taxes
- EN34 Energy Subsidies
- EN35 External costs of electricity production
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This briefing is part of the EEA's report The European Environment - State and Outlook 2015. The EEA is an official agency of the EU, tasked with providing information on Europe’s environment.
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