This table shows the supply and the consumption of electricity in a balance sheet. Supply is calculated as the production plus imports minus exports. This calculation of the supply results in the amount of electricity consumed in the period concerned.
This consumption is broken down into how the electricity is delivered via the national grid or via industrial grids and into consumption by the power plants which produce the electricity.
Figures on distribution losses are published as extra information. The distribution losses are already included in the published consumption of the grids.
Data available from 1919 until 2018.
Status of the figures:
All figures are definite.
Changes as of August 12th, 2019
None, this table is stopped.
When will new figures be published?
Does not apply. This table is being replaced by Electricity balance sheet; supply and consumption. See paragraph 3.
|Periods||Supply of electricityTotal supply (mln kWh)||Supply of electricityProductionTotal production (mln kWh)||Supply of electricityProductionCentral (mln kWh)||Supply of electricityProductionDecentral (mln kWh)||Supply of electricityImports (mln kWh)||Supply of electricityExports (mln kWh)||Consumption of electricityTotal consumption (mln kWh)||Consumption of electricityVia national grids (mln kWh)||Consumption of electricityVia industrial grids (mln kWh)||Consumption of electricityFor productionTotal for production (mln kWh)||Consumption of electricityFor productionCentral (mln kWh)||Consumption of electricityFor productionDecentral (mln kWh)||Distribution losses (mln kWh)|