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Investments, expectations, motives, enterprises, industry
Business Sector SBI 2008
Investments, Tangible fixed assets
Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008)
In 2019, total energy consumption in the Netherlands stood at 3,080 petajoules (PJ), more or less the same as in the previous year.
In 2019, greenhouse gas emissions declined by 3 percent (5.7 megatonnes) to 182.5 megatonnes of CO2 equivalents year-on-year.
In Q1 2020, consumer goods and services on Bonaire were 1.0 percent more expensive than one year previously.
Trade and industry; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, results
Industry, construction, trade, transport, personal and business services
Production of electricity and heat. Input of fuels. Installed capacity.
By sector, installation type and Combined Heat and Power.
In the fourth quarter of 2019, CO2 emissions were 1.8 percent up year-on-year.
In 2018, drinking water consumption by Dutch households increased by 7 percent relative to one year previously. The agricultural sector used considerably more water than in 2017 (150 percent).
Tap water use, groundwater, surface water, industries, private household.
Water use or abstraction by industry and type of water
In 2019, electricity production reached a record level of 121 billion kWh. This is a 6-percent increase on the previous year. The consumption of electricity remained more or less stable.
In 2019, the Netherlands generated 18 percent more electricity from renewable sources than in the previous year. The increase was 11 percent in 2018.
Price indices on the basis of 2010 = 100 and changes compared to
1 year earlier regarding several areas of work.
Based on price levels in January 2020, this year’s average annual domestic energy bill for households will amount to 1,574 euros. This is 170 euros less than in January 2019, with consumption remaining constant.
The consumer price index (CPI) was 1.8 percent higher in January than in the same month last year. In December, prices of consumer goods and services were up by 2.7 percent year-on-year.
Balassa index, share in total exports, exports of Dutch products and
re-exports broken down by the Chapters of the Harmonised System.
Jobs and working hours broken down by economic activity and
characteristics of employees and job.
Consumer prices in the Netherlands rose by 2.6 percent on average relative to the previous year. This is the largest increase since 2003.
In the third quarter of 2019, CO2 emissions were 4.4 percent down year-on-year.
Employed labour force
Sex, characteristics, economic activities SIC 2008
emissions to air, climate change, greenhouse gases, CO2, ozone layer
air pollution, acidification, environmental accounts,
Reuse of recycled materials contributes to the government target of realising a fully circular economy by 2050. The construction sector generated the most waste in 2016 but also used half of all recycled materials.
In 2018, the Caribbean Netherlands produced 136 million kWh of electricity. Of this amount, 45.1 million kWh came from renewable sources, equivalent to 33 percent of total electricity production.