Official Statistics of Finland

Energy Accounts

Producer: Statistics Finland
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Households' energy consumption grew in 2016
26 Sep 2018
The final consumption of energy products by Finns in Finland and abroad grew by five per cent from the previous year to 1.2 million terajoules in 2016. The growth was biggest for households that consumed seven per cent more energy than in the year before. Households consumed 300 thousand terajoules of energy, which corresponds to one quarter of final energy consumption. In the industry of transportation and storage, energy consumption grew by six per cent, being 146 thousand terajoules. The final consumption of energy products in manufacturing went up by three per cent. The share of manufacturing in total final energy consumption stood at 44 per cent.

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Description: The statistics on energy accounts examine the supply and use of energy in the national economy and between the economy and the environment. In the energy accounts, the supply and use of energy are presented in accordance with the supply and use tables of the national accounts.
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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Energy Accounts [e-publication].
ISSN=2489-5741. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 17.10.2018].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/entp/index_en.html