To monitor progress towards renewable energy targets of the Europe 2020 strategy implemented by Directive 2009/28/EC on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources, a data collection called “Share of energy from renewable sources” has been set up.

EUROSTAT annual data collection covers in all Member States of the European Union and some additional countries from the West Balkans and the EU Neighbourhood. The time series starts in 2004.

The share of energy from renewable sources is calculated for four indicators (showing results for DR Countries without Ukraine):

Electricity prices by type of user:

Total energy supply by product:

The Total energy supply is an aggregate of the energy balance. Regarding the total of all energy products it is the total energy used in a country. Regarding primary products, this shows available supply. The energy balance indicates to users the total amount of energy extracted from the environment, traded, transformed and used by different types of end-users and it is the basis for studying the energy sector.

Greenhouse gas emissions intensity of energy consumption

The greenhouse gas emissions intensity of energy consumption expresses how many tonnes CO2 equivalents of energy-related GHGs are being emitted in a certain economy per unit of energy that is being consumed.

EU member DR countries

Gross inland energy consumption by fuel, EU-27, 1990-2018

This is an overview of the energy economy in the European Union (EU) in 2019, based on annual data from each Member State. It provides trends for the main energy commodities for primary energy production, imports and exports, gross available energy and final energy consumption.

Production of primary energy by fuel type, EU-27, 2008-2018

The chart shows the primary energy production within the EU. Together with the energy consumption statistics the primary energy production can indicate the dependency on energy imports.