Domestic energy replaced with imported energy
20 Jun 2013
According to Statistics Finland's preliminary data, total energy consumption in the first quarter of 2013 amounted to around 392 petajoule (PJ), which is one per cent lower than one year earlier in 2012. The consumption of electricity amounted to 24.6 terawatt hours (TWh), which is almost at the same level as one year before. Net imports of electricity went down by around 1 TWh, or by about 22 per cent. Imported electricity was replaced with domestic production, but mainly with imported energy. The consumption of hard coal went up by 24 per cent (11 PJ) and production of coal condensate grew by 48 per cent. The shortage of peat during the heating period was replaced with wood fuels and hard coal. The consumption of peat fell by 32 per cent. Carbon dioxide emissions were on level with the corresponding period of the year before.
20 Sep 2013
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25 Mar 2013
Consumption of hard coal data (StatFin online service) are updated year 2000 to revised annual data with the new data source due.
Official Statistics of Finland (OSF):
Energy supply and consumption [e-publication].
ISSN=1799-7976. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 20.6.2013].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/ehk/index_en.html.