Přesné hodnoty statistik v čase k dispozici pro členy APTT na vyžádání.
Eurostat analysed energy demand data submitted by all 28 EU Member States. The most recent data
available are for 2013. The statistics demonstrate that the primary energy demand in Europe decreased
compared to 1990 levels, while the final energy consumption increased during the same time.
Main statistical findings with regard to primary energy demand are:
Consumption decreased between 1990 and 2013 by 0.2 %;
Primary energy consumption peaked in 2006 and then decreased by 8.8 % by 2013;
Consumption of solid fossil fuels (coal and coal products) decreased by 37.1 %;
Oil consumption (including petroleum products) decreased by 14.0 %;
Consumption of renewables increased by 175.7 %;
Natural gas (including manufactured gases) increased by 32.1 % and nuclear energy increased by 10.3 %.
Final consumption of electricity increased by 28.5 %.