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Production renewable electricity down in 2007

The production of renewable electricity dropped from 6.5 percent of domestic electricity consumption in 2006 to 6.0 percent in 2007.

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Less coal used in production of electricity

In 2016, power stations consumed less coal for the first time since 2011. Coal consumption was 10 percent down on 2015.

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Sustained decline coal transhipment at Dutch seaports

Coal supply to Dutch seaports dropped by nearly 7 percent to 50 million tonnes in 2017.

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Local units by economic activity (SIC 2008), region, 2006-2010

Number of local units Economic activity (SIC 2008) and regions

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Electricity imports at record level

At the same time production at gas-fired electricity plants was at its lowest level of the last ten years.

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Dutch government spends more on prisons and judicial procedures

Dutch government spending on public order and security amounted to 11.3 billion euro in 2007. This is 6 percent more than in 2006.

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Electricity production at record high

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.

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The Netherlands in numbers, 2021 edition

The Netherlands in numbers (2021 edition) answers 36 questions about our country by means of images and text.

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More electricity generated to meet higher foreign demand

After a 3-year period of decline, the production of electrical energy grew by 2 percent last year to 103 billion kWh. The increase is predominantly due to a higher foreign demand.

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Less coal and more natural gas consumption in 2019

In 2019, total energy consumption in the Netherlands stood at 3,080 petajoules (PJ), more or less the same as in the previous year.

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Energy transition core focus at The Hague Data Camp

Data scientists and researchers went looking for new insights into the advancing energy transition.

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More renewable electricity generated

Last year, 12.2 billion kWh of renewable electricity was generated, i.e. more than 10 percent of total electricity consumption in the Netherlands and just above the production level in 2011.

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165 murder and manslaughter victims in 2011

There were 165 victims of murder and manslaughter in the  Netherlands in 2011. That is 7 more than in 2010.

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Investment climate; market competition international comparison 1990-2011

Mark-up, barriers to entrepreneurship, trade and investment, employment protection legislation and state support broken down by country

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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...

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Electricity production dramatically down

Last year, 102 billion kWh of electricity were generated in the Netherlands, nearly 10 percent down from one year previously, but the level of imports and exports of electricity was higher than ever...

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Greenhouse gas emissions slightly up in 2016

In 2016, greenhouse gas emissions were 1 percent up on 2015.

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Less production, more consumption of gas in 2016

Energy consumption rose by 2 percent in 2016 to 3,131 petajoules.

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Slight drop in greenhouse gas emissions

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...

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Calendar

Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 27-31 October 2008 (Week 44).

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Private accident most common cause of non-natural death

Last year, 5.4 thousand persons in the Netherlands died a non-natural death. Non-natural death includes fatal accidents, suicide, murder and manslaughter. Most victims died in accidents.

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