Production of electricity and heat
Use of fossil fuels grew in electricity and heat production in 2013
16 Oct 2014
The production of electricity in Finland amounted to 68.3 TWh in 2013. The production grew by one per cent from the previous year. The production of district heat went down by seven per cent and that of industrial heat by one per cent. The use of renewable fuels increased in the production of electricity and heat. The use of fossil fuels grew, as 38 per cent more hard coal was used than in the previous year. In contrast, the uses of natural gas and oil diminished. The use of peat decreased by 13 per cent from the previous year. These data derive from the statistics on the production of electricity and heat compiled by Statistics Finland.
29 Oct 2015
||The statistics describe the production of electricity and heat and fuels consumed on production in Finland.
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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF):
Production of electricity and heat [e-publication].
ISSN=1798-5099. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 27.4.2015].
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