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Household consumption up again
Dutch households spent 2.0 percent more on goods and services in November 2006 than in November 2005.
One third of homes with an energy label can use a lot less energy
One in three of the nearly one million homes in the Netherlands with an energy label fall in energy category E, F or G. This means that they have a relatively high energy use and many measures can be...
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...
Unoccupied dwellings 2013: are they available for the housing market?
Report and tables on the availability of unoccupied dwellings in the Netherlands on 1 July 2013. The tables contain information on energy consumption, possible secondary functions and approved...
Climate and Energy Outlook 2021
The Netherlands Climate and Energy Outlook 2021 (KEV) is a joint publication by PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, TNO Energy Transition, Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the Netherlands...
Availability of short-term unoccupied dwellings, 2013
Tables on the availability of unoccupied dwellings in the Netherlands on 1 July 2013. The tables contain information on the energy consumption, any other functions and approved demolition permits of...
National Energy Outlook 2016
The National Energy Outlook 2016 outlines the state of the Dutch energy system in an international context.
Final energy consumption in the industry sector
Exploration on the possible disaggregation of the statistics on final energy consumption in the industry sector.
Most households practise energy conservation
People who say they care about the environment also practise energy conservation
Agriculture’s consumption unchanged for 25 years, despite higher output
Since 1995, the volume of Dutch agricultural production has grown by 20 percent. Nevertheless, there was no increase in the agricultural consumption of environmentally harmful substances such as...
Energy consumption lower in 2009
In 2009, energy consumption in the Netherlands was more than 2 percent down on the preceding year. The reduction was realised in the first three quarters.
Energy consumption hardly changed in 2017
In 2017, total energy consumption in the Netherlands stood at 3,150 petajoules (PJ), more or less equal to consumption in 2016.
11 percent of energy consumption from renewable sources in 2020
In 2020, renewable energy accounted for 11.1 percent of total Dutch energy consumption.
Mild winter and economic crisis curb greenhouse gas emissions
Greenhouse gas emissions in the Netherlands were more than 6.5 percent lower in 2011 than in 2010. This was caused by a decrease in energy consumption of nearly 7 percent.
Energy consumption marginally down in 2013
Last year, energy consumption in the Netherlands was 0.8 percent lower than in 2012. The consumption of natural gas increased due to the cold weather conditions in spring, but the consumption of...
Renewable energy consumption up by 16 percent
In 2019, renewable energy consumption in the Netherlands grew by 16 percent to 181 petajoules (PJ) relative to the previous year.
Energy consumption down by 7 percent in 2011
Energy consumption in the Netherlands was nearly 7 percent lower in 2011 than in 2010. This is mainly due to the mild winter, the lower electricity production level and the reduced production level...
Energy consumption down in 2018
Energy consumption stood at 3,100 petajoules in 2018, around 50 petajoules less than one year earlier.
Share of renewable energy up to 4 percent
Renewable energy accounted for approximately 4 percent of total domestic energy consumption in the Netherlands last year versus 3.4 percent in 2008.
Energy consumption down in 2008
Last year, energy consumption in the Netherlands was marginally lower than in 2007.