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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...
Manufacturing output prices 29 percent up in April
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 29 percent year on year.
Inflation rate 9.6 percent in April
The consumer price index (CPI) was 9.6 percent higher in April than in the same month last year.
11 percent of energy consumption from renewable sources in 2020
In 2020, renewable energy accounted for 11.1 percent of total Dutch energy consumption.
Call for fair, trustworthy AI in the public sphere
Governments are using artificial intelligence (AI) on an ever-increasing scale and for diverse purposes, from streamlining traffic flows to tackling complex social challenges such as the energy...
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.
Energy consumption energy sector; energy commodities, 1967-2013 2nd quarter
Energy consumption of hard coal, lignite, crude, natural gas Petroleum products, renewable energy, waste, electricity, heat
Extraction, import and export of materials; national accounts
material flow accounts, environmental accounts, biomass, minerals, metals resources, semi-finished products, finished products, fossil energy
Manufacturing output prices almost 23 percent up in September
Prices of Dutch-manufactured products were up by an average of 24.6 percent year on year.
Energy consumption industry (no energy sector);energy commodities,1975-2012
Consumption of energy Industry of hard coal, lignite, crude, natural gas Petroleum products, renewable energy, waste, electricity, heat
Energy consumption unprecedentedly high
Energy consumption was more than 7 percent higher in 2010 than in 2009. Annual energy consumption has never been this high.
Renewable energy; final use and avoided use fossil energy,1990-2019
Renewable energy, final use and avoided fossil energy and avoided CO2 wind, solar, hydro, geothermal energy, aerothermal heat and biomass
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
Energy; consumption and producer prices by energy commodity 1995-2017
Domestic energy consumption and producer price index for total energy commodities, natural gas, crude oil, hard coal, electricity and other
Energy consumption; components, branch, 2011-2016
Energy consumption, supply, transformation, final consumption, delivery Energy commodities, natural gas, electricity, renewable, oil, companies
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 balance sheet; key figures, 1946-2016
Coal and products, crude oil feedstocks and products, other commodities Indigenous production, im- and exports, bunkers, stock changes
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...
Government expenditure and consumption; functions, transactions, sectors
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG): General public services, defense, health, education and social protection
Energy balance sheet; supply, transformation and consumption, 1995-2013
Energy commodities reported into petajoules (PJ) and physical units by energy consumers and balance sheet items.
More electricity from renewable sources, less from fossil sources
In 2021, electricity production declined by 2.2 billion kWh year on year, to 117.9 billion kWh.
A tax on the use of uranium 235 to generate electricity levied on a nuclear energy plant, based on the number of grams of Uranium 235 used.
Renewable energy; capacity, domestic production and use, 1990-2013
Production and capacities of renewable electricity, heat and gas for wind energy, hydro, solar, geothermal, aerothermal and biomass