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1 With data up to: 216 Monthly Electricity Statistics

2 Date of publication: 12 ust 216 Monthly Electricity Statistics TABLE OF CONTENTS Page # HIGHLIGHTS i ORGANISATIONAL AND REGIONAL TABLES OECD Total 1 OECD Americas 2 OECD Asia Oceania 3 OECD Europe 4 IEA Total 5 COUNTRY TABLES Australia 6 Austria 7 Belgium 8 Canada 9 Chile 1 Czech Republic 11 Denmark 12 Estonia 13 Finland 14 France 15 Germany 16 Greece 17 Hungary 18 Iceland 19 Ireland 2 Italy 21 Japan 22 Korea 23 Luxembourg 24 Mexico 25 Netherlands 26 New Zealand 27 Norway 28 Poland 29 Portugal 3 Slovak Republic 31 Slovenia 32 Spain 33 Sweden 34 Switzerland 35 Turkey 36 United Kingdom 37 United States 38 PRINCIPLES AND DEFINITIONS 39 OECD/IEA, 216

3 MONTHLY ELECTRICITY STATISTICS 216 HIGHLIGHTS 216 vs. 215 Total OECD electricity production reached 82.8 TWh in 216, a decrease of.3% or 2.5 TWh over the same month last year. Production from fell by 1.9% in the OECD, compared to 215, with falls in OECD Americas 5.3%, OECD Asia Oceania 1.5% but an increase in OECD Europe 5.4%. Production from Geoth./Wind/ grew by 3.2% in the OECD, compared to 215. It increased in OECD Americas and OECD Asia Oceania by 14.3% and 3.9%, respectively. It decreased in OECD Europe by 3.9%. uary 216 vs. the same period in 215 Total OECD electricity production reached TWh, a decrease of.7% or 27.9 TWh over the same period last year. This included a reduction of 2.4% in OECD Americas and increases of.1% and 1.3% in OECD Asia Oceania and OECD Europe, respectively. The share of electricity production from fell by 2.1 percentage points, while that of Nuclear, Hydro and Geoth./Wind/ grew by.4,.7 and 1. percentage points, respectively. OECD Comparison % 9.% 14.8% 15.5% Nuclear 18.5% 58.8% Hydro Geoth./Wind/ 18.9% 56.7% Total = TWh Total = TWh OECD/IEA, 216 i

4 OECD Total change 1 share share % 56.7% % + Nuclear % 18.9% % + Hydro % 15.5% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 9.% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 59.8 Exports % 56.3 = Electricity Supplied % TWh Electricity production was 82.8 TWh in 216. This was 2.5 TWh lower, or.3%, compared to 215 and 6.4 TWh, or.8%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 2.2%, an increase of 9.6 TWh, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was TWh. Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 27.9 TWh, or.7%. production reduced by 4.2%, a decrease of 16.7 TWh Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 11.3%, or 38.8 TWh. Trade volume increased by 5.8 TWh, or 1.4%. TWh Range TWh OECD Total includes Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. Israel is not included in this report. Latvia was not an OECD Member at the time of the preparation of this publication. Accordingly, Latvia does not appear in the list of OECD Members and is not included in the zone aggregates. OECD/IEA, 216 1

5 OECD Americas change 1 share share % 57.7% % + Nuclear % 18.6% % + Hydro % 16.2% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 7.4% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 86.8 Exports % 86.7 = Electricity Supplied % TWh Electricity production was TWh in 216. This was 3.8 TWh lower, or.9%, compared to 215 and 21.9 TWh, or 5.8%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 1.3%, an increase of 21.7 TWh, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was TWh. Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 5. TWh, or 2.4%. production reduced by 7.4%, a decrease of 92.9 TWh. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 24.4%, or 29.4 TWh. Trade volume decreased by 1.5 TWh, or 2%. TWh Range TWh OECD Americas includes Canada, Chile, Mexico and the United States. OECD/IEA, 216 2

6 OECD Asia Oceania change 1 share share % 78.6% % + Nuclear % 1.1% % + Hydro % 6.9% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 4.5% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports..... Exports..... = Electricity Supplied % TWh Electricity production was TWh in 216. This was 1.7 TWh lower, or 1.2%, compared to 215 and 7.2 TWh, or 5%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 6.8%, a decrease of 7.6 TWh, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was TWh. Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by.6 TWh, or.1%. production reduced by 2.1%, a decrease of 12.6 TWh. Nuclear production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 22.7% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 8.4%, or 2.6 TWh. 2 Range TWh TWh OECD Asia Oceania includes Australia, Japan, Korea and New Zealand. Israel is not included in this publication. OECD/IEA, 216 3

7 OECD Europe change 1 share share % 44.1% % + Nuclear % 23.8% % + Hydro % 18.8% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 13.3% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 423. Exports % = Electricity Supplied % TWh Electricity production was TWh in 216. This was 3. TWh higher, or 1.1%, compared to 215 and 8.4 TWh, or 3%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 3.9%, a decrease of 4.6 TWh, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was TWh. Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 21.5 TWh, or 1.5%. production reduced by.2%, a decrease of 1.3 TWh. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 6.4% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 3.6%, or 6.8 TWh. Trade volume increased by 7.3 TWh, or 2.1%. 4 Range TWh TWh OECD Europe includes Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Latvia is not included in this publication. OECD/IEA, 216 4

8 IEA Total change 1 share share % 56.% % + Nuclear % 19.5% % + Hydro % 15.4% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 9.1% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % 488. = Electricity Supplied % TWh Electricity production was TWh in 216. This was 4.2 TWh lower, or.5%, compared to 215 and 3.7 TWh, or.5%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 1.9%, an increase of 7.8 TWh, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was TWh. Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 31.2 TWh, or.8%. production reduced by 4.7%, a decrease of TWh. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 11.7%, or 38.8 TWh. Trade volume increased by 6.3 TWh, or 1.6%. TWh Range TWh IEA includes all countries included in OECD Total except Chile, Iceland, Mexico and Slovenia. OECD/IEA, 216 5

9 AUSTRALIA change 1 share share % 86.5% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 5.7% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 7.8% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports Exports = Electricity Supplied % Due to an increase in survey coverage for monthly electricity starting from uary 216, the level of production and the growth rate shown may be higher than actual. Electricity production was in 216. This was 2 827, or 14.8%, higher compared to 215 and 1 51, or 5%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by.3%, an increase of 55, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by , or 13.4%. production grew by 12.6%, an increase of Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 2.2% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 17.2%, or Range Excludes the overseas territories. Monthly reporting does not include production from other combustible fuels and solar, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. Annual data shown are the sum of months, so may differ from annual data in other publications which are based on fiscal years beginning 1st of y and ending 31st of e. OECD/IEA, 216 6

10 AUSTRIA change 1 share share % 3.1% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 57.8% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 12.1% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was 5 64 in 216. This was 289, or 4.9%, lower compared to 215 and 399, or 7.6%, higher compared to il 216. Hydro production grew by 23.2%, an increase of 767, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 189, or.7%. Hydro production reduced by 5.1%, a decrease of 818. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 17.3%, or 473. Trade volume increased by 186, or.9% Range Monthly reporting does not include production from geothermal, solar and other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA, 216 7

11 BELGIUM change 1 share share % 32.1% % + Nuclear % 55.2% % + Hydro % 2.% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 1.7% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 686, or 13.3%, higher compared to 215 and 83, or 12.1%, lower compared to il 216. Nuclear production reduced by 16%, a decrease of 66, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 6 314, or 22%. Nuclear production grew by 68.1%, an increase of Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 6.6%, or 231. Trade volume decreased by 2 312, or 21.3% Range Monthly reporting does not include production from other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA, 216 8

12 CANADA change 1 share share % 17.2% % + Nuclear % 14.2% % + Hydro % 61.1% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 7.5% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 813, or 1.8%, higher compared to 215 and 5 27, or 1%, lower compared to il 216. Hydro production reduced by 8.3%, a decrease of 2 727, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 7 293, or 2.7%. Hydro production grew by.6%, an increase of 948. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 49.8%, or Trade volume decreased by 39, or 1.2% Range OECD/IEA, 216 9

13 CHILE change 1 share share % 7.2% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 26.7% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 3.1% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports Exports = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was 6 23 in 216. This was 16, or.3%, higher compared to 215 and 435, or 7.5%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 1.4%, an increase of 432, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 55, or.2%. production reduced by 3.8%, a decrease of 828. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 9.9% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 5.2%, or Range Annual data for 214 were estimated by the IEA Secretariat. OECD/IEA, 216 1

14 CZECH REPUBLIC change 1 share share % 6.2% % + Nuclear % 34.% % + Hydro % 2.7% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 3.% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 482, or 8.1%, higher compared to 215 and 161, or 2.4%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 4.4%, a decrease of 164, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 743, or 2.1%. production grew by.9%, an increase of 192. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 12.2% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 8.2%, or 93. Trade volume increased by 1 482, or 8.9% Range OECD/IEA,

15 DENMARK change 1 share share % 55.4% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro %.1% 18.1% + Geoth./Wind/ % 44.5% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 42, or 18.5%, lower compared to 215 and 613, or 25.7%, lower compared to il 216. Geoth./Wind/ production reduced by 15.3%, a decrease of 172, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 661, or 4.9%. production grew by 1%, an increase of 74. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 11.4%, or 736. Trade volume increased by 21, or 2.1% Range Excludes the Faroe Islands and Greenland. OECD/IEA,

16 ESTONIA change 1 share share % 94.2% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro %.4% 29.3% + Geoth./Wind/ % 5.4% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % 8 33 Electricity production was 631 in 216. This was 15, or 19.2%, lower compared to 215 and 131, or 17.2%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 15.1%, a decrease of 18, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 24, or 5.7%. production reduced by 2.8%, a decrease of 17. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 37.4%, or 129. Trade volume decreased by 196, or 3.9% Range Net production is estimated from monthly submission of gross production by the IEA Secretariat. OECD/IEA,

17 FINLAND change 1 share share % 4.5% % + Nuclear % 31.5% % + Hydro % 24.3% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 3.8% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 447, or 8.6%, lower compared to 215 and 83, or 14.9%, lower compared to il 216. Hydro production grew by 13.9%, an increase of 198, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 742, or 2.5%. production reduced by 3%, a decrease of 371. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 9.8% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 7.3%, or 77. Trade volume increased by 888, or 7.7% Range Monthly reporting does not include production from other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. Monthly reporting does not include production from solar, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

18 FRANCE change 1 share share % 7.8% % + Nuclear % 72.6% % + Hydro % 13.4% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 6.1% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 265, or.7%, lower compared to 215 and 2 715, or 6.3%, lower compared to il 216. Nuclear production reduced by 5.2%, a decrease of 1 611, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 43, or.2%. Nuclear production reduced by 1.8%, a decrease of Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 17.2%, or Trade volume increased by 4 589, or 14.2% Range Includes Monaco, but excludes the French overseas territories: French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, Guyane, tinique, New Caledonia, Reunion, Staint Pierre and Miquelon. Monthly reporting does not include production from solar and other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

19 GERMANY change 1 share share % 62.3% % + Nuclear % 12.4% % + Hydro % 4.3% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 21.% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 37 9 Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 2 165, or 4.8%, higher compared to 215 and 1 46, or 3%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 8.7%, a decrease of 2 663, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 1 727, or.7%. production grew by 3.5%, an increase of Nuclear production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 16% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 4.9%, or Trade volume increased by 1 183, or 2.5% Range production is estimated from monthly submissions of production from main electricity producers. OECD/IEA,

20 GREECE change 1 share share % 66.7% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 12.5% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 2.7% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 145, or 4.7%, lower compared to 215 and 12, or 4.3%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 9.5%, an increase of 166, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 1 312, or 7.6%. production reduced by 3.8%, a decrease of 422. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 35.1% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 5.8%, or 182. Trade volume decreased by 414, or 7.7% Range OECD/IEA,

21 HUNGARY change 1 share share % 39.7% % + Nuclear % 55.8% % + Hydro %.9% 228.8% + Geoth./Wind/ % 3.6% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 187, or 9.4%, higher compared to 215 and 87, or 4.2%, higher compared to il 216. Nuclear production reduced by 5.7%, a decrease of 74, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 19, or.2%. Nuclear production grew by 2.8%, an increase of 176. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 17.6% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 6.2%, or 27. Trade volume decreased by 332, or 3.1% Range Net production has been estimated from monthly submission of gross production through ember 215 by the IEA Secretariat. Monthly reporting does not include production from oil, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission through ember 215. OECD/IEA,

22 ICELAND change 1 share share 2 +.% 2.1% + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 72.2% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 27.8% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports Exports = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was 1 54 in 216. This was 3, or 1.9%, lower compared to 215 and 33, or 2.2%, higher compared to il 216. Hydro production grew by 4.4%, an increase of 47, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 47, or.6%. Hydro production reduced by 2.4%, a decrease of 137. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 4.5%, or Range Net production has been estimated from monthly submission of gross production through ember 215 by the IEA Secretariat. OECD/IEA,

23 IRELAND change 1 share share % 74.6% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 4.2% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 21.2% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % 1 79 = Electricity Supplied % Due to an increase in survey coverage for monthly electricity starting from uary 216, the level of production and the growth rate shown may be higher than actual. Electricity production was in 216. This was 229, or 1.4%, higher compared to 215 and 81, or 3.2%, lower compared to il 216. production grew by 4.1%, an increase of 8, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 1 512, or 13.1%. production grew by 19.1%, an increase of Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 2.4%, or 67. Trade volume decreased by 124, or 9.7% Range OECD/IEA, 216 2

24 ITALY change 1 share share % 66.1% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 14.7% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 19.2% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 771, or 3.4%, lower compared to 215 and 1 374, or 6.7%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 4%, an increase of 487, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 1 718, or 1.6%. production grew by 1.4%, an increase of 958. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 14% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by.5%, or 15. Trade volume increased by 1 184, or 5% Range Includes San ino and the Vatican. Monthly reporting does not include production from other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

25 JAPAN change 1 share share % 85.8% % + Nuclear N/A 3 1.5% % + Hydro % 8.2% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 4.6% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports Exports = Electricity Supplied % "Not applicable" since Japan had of Nuclear production during the same period last year. Due to an increase in survey coverage for monthly electricity starting from il 216, the level of production and the growth rate shown may be higher than actual. Electricity production was in 216. This was 3 138, or 4.2%, lower compared to 215 and 9 3, or 11.2%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 13.8%, a decrease of 9 44, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 6 71, or 1.6%. production reduced by 2.4%, a decrease of Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 13.2% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 7.2%, or Range Production data for 216 are estimated by the IEA Secretariat. Net production is estimated from monthly submission of gross production for main producers by the IEA Secretariat. Annual data shown are the sum of months, so may differ from annual data in other publications which are based on fiscal years beginning 1 st of il and ending 31 st of ch. OECD/IEA,

26 KOREA change 1 share share % 65.2% % + Nuclear % 32.7% % + Hydro % 1.1% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 1.1% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports Exports = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 1 323, or 3.2%, lower compared to 215 and 67, or 1.7%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 7.9%, an increase of 1 844, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 5 942, or 2.7%. production reduced by 9.1%, a decrease of Nuclear production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 13% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by.8%, or Range Net production is estimated from monthly submission of gross production by the IEA Secretariat. Monthly reporting of electricity production does not include autoproducers, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. Monthly reporting does not include production from wind, solar and other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

27 LUXEMBOURG change 1 share share % 22.6% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 68.3% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 9.1% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 7 52 Exports % = Electricity Supplied % 8 38 Electricity production from combustible fuels has decreased due to limited production from the Twinerg CCGT plant caused by the current market situation. As a consequence of decreased production, exports have decreased as well. Electricity production was 188 in 216. This was 6, or 3.1%, lower compared to 215 and 9, or 4.6%, lower compared to il 216. Hydro production reduced by 12.2%, a decrease of 17, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was 987. Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 483, or 32.9%. Hydro production grew by 3.7%, an increase of 24. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 25%, or 18. Trade volume decreased by 232, or 5.5%. 5 Range Monthly reporting does not include production from solar, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. Production data for 216 are estimated by the IEA Secretariat. Electricity production from combustible fuels has decreased because the Twinerg CCGT plant has been producing negligible amounts of electricity. OECD/IEA,

28 MEXICO change 1 share share % 82.5% % + Nuclear % 2.2% % + Hydro % 1.4% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 4.8% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % 9 16 = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 1 232, or 4.8%, higher compared to 215 and 2 117, or 8.5%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 6.8%, an increase of 1 374, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 2 319, or 2%. production grew by 8%, an increase of Nuclear production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 47.5% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 2.4%, or 142. Trade volume decreased by 554, or 12% Range Monthly reporting of electricity production does not include autoproducers, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. Monthly reporting does not include production from solar and wind, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

29 NETHERLANDS change 1 share share % 87.3% % + Nuclear % 3.3% % + Hydro %.1% 9.1% + Geoth./Wind/ % 9.3% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 781, or 11%, higher compared to 215 and 832, or 9.5%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 9.8%, a decrease of 75, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 797, or 1.8%. production grew by.3%, an increase of 1. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 19.4%, or 683. Trade volume decreased by 4 135, or 18.9% Range Excludes Suriname and the territory of the Former Netherlands Antilles. Monthly reporting does not include production from other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

30 NEW ZEALAND change 1 share share % 2.% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 56.1% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 23.9% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports Exports = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was 3 59 in 216. This was 56, or 1.5%, lower compared to 215 and 152, or 4.4%, higher compared to il 216. Hydro production grew by 1.9%, an increase of 198, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 86, or.5%. Hydro production grew by 5.9%, an increase of 537. production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 14.4% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 3.1%, or Range production is estimated from monthly submission from main electricity producers. Monthly reporting does not include production from other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. Production data from il to 216 are estimated by the IEA Secretariat. OECD/IEA,

31 NORWAY change 1 share share % 2.% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 96.5% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 1.5% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 384, or 3.5%, higher compared to 215 and 395, or 3.4%, lower compared to il 216. Hydro production reduced by 3.3%, a decrease of 366, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 5 52, or 8.1%. Hydro production grew by 8.9%, an increase of Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 22%, or 29. Trade volume decreased by 756, or 5.8% Range Net production has been estimated from monthly submission of gross production through ember 215 by the IEA Secretariat. Monthly reporting does not include production from other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

32 POLAND change 1 share share % 89.7% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 2.% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 8.3% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 138, or 1.2%, lower compared to 215 and 35, or 2.9%, lower compared to il 216. production reduced by 1.5%, a decrease of 164, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was relatively flat. production reduced by 1.2%, a decrease of 659. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 14.6%, or 663. Trade volume increased by 3 197, or 31% Range Monthly reporting does not include production from oil, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

33 PORTUGAL change 1 share share % 3.8% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 43.7% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 25.5% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 8 78 Exports % 5 88 = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 685, or 16.6%, higher compared to 215 and 2, or 4%, lower compared to il 216. Hydro production reduced by 8.8%, a decrease of 222, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 4 463, or 2.6%. Hydro production grew by 17.4%, an increase of Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 1.6%, or 637. Trade volume increased by 923, or 16% Range Includes the Açores and Madeira. OECD/IEA, 216 3

34 SLOVAK REPUBLIC change 1 share share % 24.3% % + Nuclear % 54.8% % + Hydro % 18.3% % + Geoth./Wind/ % % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 538, or 24.8%, lower compared to 215 and 195, or 1.7%, lower compared to il 216. Nuclear production reduced by 2.2%, a decrease of 194, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 79, or 7.3%. Nuclear production reduced by 5.7%, a decrease of 335. Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 14.7% lower. Geoth./Wind/ production was relatively flat. Trade volume increased by 1 187, or 11.3% Range Monthly reporting does not include production from wind, solar and other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

35 SLOVENIA change 1 share share % 28.9% % + Nuclear % 39.7% % + Hydro % 29.9% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 1.6% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 9 45 Exports % 9 94 = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 44, or 43.8%, higher compared to 215 and 77, or 6.2%, higher compared to il 216. Nuclear production grew by 3%, an increase of 15, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 1 63, or 19.9%. Nuclear production grew by 34.1%, an increase of 645. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 7.4%, or 8. Trade volume increased by 113, or 1.5% Range OECD/IEA,

36 SPAIN change 1 share share % 3.6% % + Nuclear % 2.3% % + Hydro % 21.9% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 27.2% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % 15 9 = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 664, or 3.1%, lower compared to 215 and 1 113, or 5%, lower compared to il 216. production grew by 11.4%, an increase of 654, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 389, or.3%. production reduced by 19.7%, a decrease of Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 48.4% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 2.5%, or 753. Trade volume increased by 4 798, or 42.2% Range Includes the Canary Islands. OECD/IEA,

37 SWEDEN change 1 share share % 9.7% % + Nuclear % 38.3% % + Hydro % 43.7% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 8.3% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % 9 29 Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 817, or 6.7%, lower compared to 215 and 1 716, or 13%, lower compared to il 216. Hydro production was relatively flat, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 1 58, or 2.3%. Hydro production grew by.8%, an increase of 245. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 2.7%, or Trade volume increased by 2 166, or 13.3% Range Monthly reporting does not include production from solar, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

38 SWITZERLAND change 1 share share % 6.4% % + Nuclear % 4.9% % + Hydro % 5.8% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 1.9% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % 35 7 = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 666, or 1%, lower compared to 215 and 58, or 9.3%, higher compared to il 216. Hydro production grew by 16.7%, an increase of 489, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by 1 921, or 6.8%. Hydro production reduced by 12.6%, a decrease of production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 34.3% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production was relatively flat. Trade volume decreased by 5 448, or 18.7%. 7 5 Range Excludes Liechtenstein. OECD/IEA,

39 TURKEY change 1 share share % 63.6% % + Nuclear.%.% + Hydro % 29.4% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 7.% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 651, or 3.3%, higher compared to 215 and 474, or 2.4%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 6.1%, an increase of 736, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 4 147, or 4.2%. production grew by 1.2%, an increase of 755. Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 26.2%, or Trade volume decreased by 1 32, or 3.3% Range Net production is estimated from monthly submission of gross production by the IEA Secretariat. Monthly submission does not include production from other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat. OECD/IEA,

40 UNITED KINGDOM change 1 share share % 64.7% % + Nuclear % 17.9% % + Hydro % 2.9% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 14.5% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 1 63, or 6.5%, higher compared to 215 and 146, or.5%, higher compared to il 216. production reduced by 1%, a decrease of 169, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was higher by 2 225, or 1.6%. production grew by 3.8%, an increase of Hydro production showed the largest percentage change by energy source, being 7.9% higher. Geoth./Wind/ production decreased by 1.4%, or 294. Trade volume increased by 443, or 4.3% Range Monthly reporting does not include production from other combustible and other non combustible fuels, therefore it is estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on annual submission. OECD/IEA,

41 UNITED STATES change 1 share share % 62.8% % + Nuclear % 21.% % + Hydro % 8.5% % + Geoth./Wind/ % 7.7% % = Indigenous Production % 1.% % + Imports % Exports % = Electricity Supplied % Electricity production was in 216. This was 5 865, or 1.8%, lower compared to 215 and , or 8.4%, higher compared to il 216. production grew by 11.7%, an increase of 21 6, compared to the previous month. Total production for the year to date was Comparing this to the same period last year shows that: Total production was lower by , or 3.6%. production reduced by 9.2%, a decrease of Geoth./Wind/ production increased by 22.5%, or Trade volume decreased by 52, or 1.5% Range Includes the 5 States and the District of Columbia. OECD/IEA,

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