Electricity balance sheet; supply and consumption 1919-2018Figures
Central and decentral production, imports, exports, consumption, via national and industrial grids, grid losses.
Many aspects of well-being improving – but not allArticles
Longer-term trends in many areas of well-being in the Netherlands are upwards, and some aspects have shown recent further improvement. There have also been deteriorations, particularly in the areas of labour and housing.
Lower CO2 emissions in Q1 2019Articles
IIn Q1 2019, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were down by 0.8 percent year-on-year.
Slight drop in greenhouse gas emissionsArticles
In 2018, greenhouse gas emissions in the Netherlands were 2 percent lower than one year previously. This is related to less coal being used for electricity production. The emission intensity of the Dutch economy is declining.
Consumer price increase on Bonaire slows downArticles
In Q1 2019, consumer prices on Bonaire were 0.7 percent higher than one year previously. Prices also rose on St Eustatius and Saba, by 0.7 percent and 0.6 percent year-on-year respectively.
Energy consumption down in 2018Articles
Energy consumption stood at 3,100 petajoules in 2018, around 50 petajoules less than one year earlier.
Dutch prices show steepest rise within the eurozoneArticles
In March 2019, consumer prices in the Netherlands rose twice as fast as the rate across the eurozone. The gap between Dutch and eurozone CPI-based inflation has widened
Statistics Estonia to coordinate data governanceArticles
We aim to transform Statistics Estonia into a national data agency
Caribbean NL; housing, durable consumer goods and means of transportFigures
housing, television, mobile phone, pc, car sex, age and educational level
Energy transition core focus at The Hague Data CampArticles
Data scientists and researchers went looking for new insights into the advancing energy transition.
Mainly more green electricity from solar powerArticles
In 2018, the Netherlands generated 8 percent more electricity from renewable sources than in the previous year. Electricity production from solar power increased in particular.
Passenger cars by fuel typeOther
Figures on the number of motor vehicles by fuel type in a municipality.
CO2 emissions higher in Q4 2018Articles
In Q4 2018, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were up by 0.5 percent year-on-year. Households and the transport sector emitted more CO2, while energy companies produced less.
Consumer prices 2.2 percent up in JanuaryArticles
The consumer price index (CPI) was 2.2 percent higher in January than in the same month one year previously.
Energy intensities of buildings of the services sectorOther
Providing insight in the average gas and electricity consumption of buildings in the services sector. Energy efficiency indicators are needed to monitor energy efficiency policies.
Energy intensities of buildings in the services sector; construction periodFigures
Energy intensities services by construction period Natural gas electricity sector construction period services
Energy intensities of buildings in the services sector; floor areaFigures
Energy intensities services by floor area natural gas electricity services sector floor area
Consumer prices 1.7 percent up in 2018Articles
Consumer prices rose by 1.7 percent on average in 2018 relative to the previous year.
CO2 emissions virtually unchanged in Q3 2018Articles
In Q3 2018, CO2 emissions in the Netherlands were up by 0.1 percent year-on-year. Households and the services sector emitted less CO2, while energy companies contributed slightly more.
Industry; production and sales, index 2010=100, '05 January - '18 SeptemberFigures
Indexfigures and changes of production, total turnover, domestic and foreign turnover in the industry by sectors and branches (SIC2008)
International trade; imports and exports, SITC 3, country, 1996-2017Figures
Import and export value of goods; according to SITC classification (3 digit) and country (groups).
Price rise on Bonaire and Saba higher than on StatiaArticles
In Q3 2018, consumer prices on Bonaire were 3.5 percent higher than one year previously. Prices also rose on St Eustatius and Saba, by 1.1 and by 4.4 percent year-on-year respectively.