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Renewable energy in selected countries

Renewable energy in selected countries

Share of renewable energy sources of domestic consumption of primary energy sources (RES/DCPES) and share of renewable energy sources of gross domestic electricity consumption (RES/GDEC)

RES/DCPES

currently (or other year) / plan (until 2010)

RES/GDEC

currently (or other year)/ plan (until 2010)

Slovakia 3% 6% 16% {2001} 19%
Czech Republic 2% 6% 3,5% 8%
Poland 3,6% 7,5% 1,6% {1997} 7,5%
Hungary 3,6% 7,2% 0,5% 3,6%
Estonia 11% {2002} 13% 0,8% {2003} 5,1%
Slovenia 8,8% {2001} * 29,9% {1997} 33,6%
* it was not directly said but the figure should get close to EU average, which was set at 12 percent
RES/GDEC
  1997 plan until 2010
Austria 70% 78%
Denmark 29% 8,7%
Finland 24,7% 31,5%
Portugal 38,5% 39%
Spain 19,9% 29,4%
Sweden 49,1% 60%
Latvia 42,4% 49,3%


 

Source: Ľudo Sluka, Ekopolis

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