Approximated estimates for the share of gross final consumption of renewable energy sources in 2019 (EEA 2019 RES share proxies)

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The Renewable Energy Directive 2009/28/EC and its recast 2018/2001/EU commit the EU to achieving a 20 % share of renewable energy sources (RES) in its gross final energy consumption by 2020, and 32 % by 2030. They also set a target of 10 % share of renewable energy in transport by 2020, and 14% by 2030. Since early access to the most recent information on the growth of RES is relevant for all stakeholders, the EEA and its European Topic Centre for Climate Change Mitigation and Energy (ETC/CME) produce each year a set of early estimates concerning the RES shares achieved by the countries and the EU as a whole in the previous year. The current data set concerns the EEA 2019 RES share proxies. The cut-off date for most data sources incorporated in the calculation of the approximated RES shares is 31 July of the publication year.

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This current data set concerns the EEA 2019 RES share proxies. The RES share proxy data for 2019 are presented per Member State and for the European Union as a whole, as total RES share (Total RES share proxy), share of renewable energy in gross final electricity consumption (RES-E proxy), share of renewables in gross final heating and cooling energy consumption (RES-H/C proxy) and share of renewable energy consumed in transport (RES-T proxy). The shares are calculated in accordance with the methodology under Directive 2009/28/EC. The EEA 2019 RES share proxies formed the basis of a specific EEA country consultation. Where reported by countries during consultation, national data were used. Nevertheless, the proxy data are not a substitute for data that countries officially report to Eurostat and to the European commission in the context of their legal obligations.



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