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Manufacturing output prices almost 26 percent up in March
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 25.9 percent year on year.
Extraction of energy
Taking energy providers from nature. In the energy statistics the term extraction is also used for the production of steam by splitting uranium in nuclear plants. Also the production of electricity...
Energy from waste
Heat produced by incineration of waste, combustion of wood and gas produced by fermentation of organic material.
Primary energy source
Energy source extracted from nature, such as oil, natural gas, coal and forms of renewable energy such as wind and water power.
Renewable energy; final use and avoided use of fossil energy, 1990-2013
Avoided use of fossil primary energy and avoided emission of CO2 wind, solar, hydro, geothermal energy, aerothermal heat and biomass
NWO funding for research into global well-being
How does economic growth in the Netherlands affect well-being in poorer countries in the Global South?
International trade; Dutch export specialisation with respect to the EU
Balassa index, share in total exports, exports of Dutch products and re-exports broken down by the Chapters of the Harmonised System.
Costs of energy use
The costs of fuels used to power an energy source, for light and/or heat. Not included are the costs of fuels used by means of transport or that are used as raw materials, and also the costs for the...
Energy consumption in industry
Providing figures on energy consumption in the Netherlands, excluding the construction sector.
Transport, manufacturing industry, households, services and agriculture. In other words: all companies, institutions and private households, with the exception of energy companies
Raw material that functions as source of energy (e.g. petroleum, natural gas, coal), electricity, steam and forms of renewable energy.
Levy on natural gas, electricity and other heating fuels (oil, petroleum, LPG not used as car or boat fuel.)
The remaining natural gas reserves in the Netherlands have decreased by almost 54 percent since 2000.
The share of renewable energy sources in Dutch final energy consumption increased from 1.6 percent in 2000 to 6.0 percent in 2016.
Share renewable energy down
The share of renewable energy in total Dutch energy consumption dropped from 4.2 percent in 2009 to 3.8 percent in 2010, partly because total energy consumption has grown and also because the use of...
More renewable energy used
The share of renewable energy in total energy consumption increased from 3.8 percent in 2010 to 4.2 percent in 2011. The reason for the increase is twofold: the consumption of renewable energy...
Share renewable energy stable
The share of renewable energy in total energy consumption was 4.4% in 2012, almost the same as in 2011 (4.3%).