Electricity Information

International Energy Agency

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Annual
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2078-3442 (online)
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1606-8424 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/20783442
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Electricity Information brings together in one comprehensive annual volume a review of historical and current market trends in the OECD electricity sector. It includes essential statistics on electricity and heat, therefore providing a strong foundation for policy and market analysis. Part I of the publication provides an overview of the world electricity developments, covering world electricity and heat production, input fuel mix, supply and consumption, and electricity imports and exports. Part II of the publication provides a corresponding statistical overview of developments in the world and OECD electricity and heat market.  Part III provides, in tabular form, detailed and comprehensive statistical coverage of the power and heat industry developments for each of the 30 OECD member countries and for OECD and IEA regional aggregates. It provides comprehensive statistical details on overall energy consumption, economic indicators, electricity and heat production by energy form and plant type, electricity imports and exports, sectoral energy and electricity consumption as well as prices for electricity and electricity input fuels for each country and regional aggregate.

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Publication Date :
19 Aug 2014
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896
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9789264217010 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/electricity-2014-en

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Electricity Information provides a comprehensive review of historical and current market trends in the OECD electricity sector, including 2013 preliminary data.

An Introduction, notes, definitions and auxiliary information are provided in Part I. Part II of the publication provides an overview of the world electricity developments in 2012 covering world electricity and heat production, input fuel mix, supply and consumption, and electricity imports and exports. A greater focus is given to the 34 OECD countries with more detailed information covering production, installed capacity, input energy mix to electricity and heat production, consumption, electricity trades, input fuel prices and end-user electricity prices.

Part III of the publication provides a corresponding statistical overview of developments in the world and OECD electricity and heat market for 2012, as well as monthly OECD production and trade electricity data for 2013.

Part IV provides, in tabular form, detailed and comprehensive statistical coverage of the power and heat industry developments for each of the OECD member countries and for OECD and IEA regional aggregates. It provides comprehensive statistical details on overall energy consumption, economic indicators, electricity and heat production by energy form and plant type, electricity imports and exports, sectoral energy and electricity consumption, as well as prices for electricity and electricity input fuels for each country and regional aggregate.

 

PART I. INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION
1. Introduction  I.3
2. Definitions I.7
3. Sources and notes I.13
4. Country notes  I.19
5. Geographical coverage I.37
6. Conversion factors & calorific values I.39
-Country specific net calorific values  I.40
PART II. WORLD ELECTRICITY DEVELOPMENTS
1. Summary II.3
-Production  II.3
-Consumption II.4
-Trade II.4
-OECD prices  II.4
2. Production and installed capacity  II.5
-OECD production and installed capacity II.5
--Hydroelectric power II.5
--Nuclear power II.6
--Geothermal, solar, tide, wave and wind power II.6
--Combustible fuels  II.7
---Coal II.7
---Oil  II.7
---Natural Gas  II.7
---Biofuels and waste  II.7
--Heat production  II.8
--Direct use of heat II.8
-Non-OECD production  II.9
--Hydroelectric power  II.9
--Nuclear power  II.9
--Geothermal, solar, tide, wave and wind power  II.9
--Combustible fuels  II.9
---Coal  II.9
---Oil  II.9
---Natural Gas  II.9
---Biofuels and waste  II.10
--Heat production  II.10
3. Electricity consumption  II.11
-OECD consumption  II.11
-OECD sectoral consumption  II.11
-Non-OECD consumption  II.12
-OECD heat consumption  II.12
-OECD market shares  II.12
4. Electricity trade II.15
-OECD electricity trade  II.15
-Non-OECD electricity trade  II.15
5. OECD prices  II.17
-Electricity prices for industry  II.17
-Electricity prices for households  II.17
-Prices of competing fuels  II.18
6. Trends in the OECD electricity sector  II.19
-Energy and electricity intensity II.19
-Electricity production II.20
7. System-Friendly VRE deployment  II.21
PART III. ELECTRICITY DATA OVERVIEW
1. World
-Figure 1.1: World electricity and energy production  III.3
-Table 1.1: World electricity production, imports, exports, final consumption, 2012 (TWh)  III.4
-Table 1.2: World gross electricity production, by country, by source, 2012 (TWh) III.8
-Table 1.3: World gross electricity production from combustible fuels, by country, 2012 (TWh) III.12
-Table 1.4: World gross heat production from combustible fuels, by country 2012 (PJ) III.16
-Table 1.5: World fuel use for electricity and heat production, by country, 2012 (PJ) III.20
2. OECD
-Table 2.1: OECD electricity production, imports, exports, apparent consumption, 2013 (TWh) III.24
-Table 2.2: OECD gross electricity production, by country, by source, 2013 (TWh)  III.25
-Table 2.3: OECD monthly net electricity supply, by country, 2013 (GWh) III.26
-Table 2.4: OECD gross electricity production from combustible fuels, by country, 2013 (TWh) III.33
-Table 2.5: OECD gross heat production from combustible fuels, by country, 2013 (PJ) III.34
-Table 2.6: Electricity production and consumption, OECD, 1973 - 2012 (TWh) III.35
-Table 2.7: Net maximum electricity generating capacity, OECD, by source, 1974 - 2012 (GW) III.36
-Table 2.8: Electricity generation and heat sold, OECD, 1974 - 2012 III.37
-Table 2.9: Electricity production from combustible fuels in electricity plants, OECD, 1980 - 2012 III.38
-Table 2.10: Electricity and heat produced for sale from combustible fuels in CHP plants, OECD,1980 – 2012 III.39
-Table 2.11: Heat produced for sale from combustible fuels in heat plants, OECD, 1980 – 2012 III.40
-Table 2.12: OECD electricity generating capacity, 1974 - 2012 (GW) III.41
-Table 2.13: OECD electricity consumption, by country, 1960 - 2012 (TWh) III.45
-Table 2.14: Electricity consumption, OECD, by sector, 1973 – 2012 (TWh) III.46
-Table 2.15: Electricity consumption, OECD, by industry, 1973 - 2012 (TWh) III.46
-Table 2.16: OECD final consumption of heat, by country, 1980 - 2012 (Mtoe) III.47
-Table 2.17: Final consumption of heat, OECD, by sector, 1980 - 2012 (per cent of total) III.48
-Table 2.18: Share of final consumption, OECD, by source, by sector, 2012 (per cent of total)  III.48
-Table 2.19: Final consumption, OECD, by source, by sector, average annual rate of growth (%), 1960 - 1973 III.49
-Table 2.20: Final consumption, OECD, by source, by sector, average annual rate of growth (%), 1973 - 2012 III.49
-Table 2.21: OECD total electricity imports, by country, 1960 - 2013 (GWh) III.50
-Table 2.22: OECD total electricity exports, by country, 1960 - 2013 (GWh) III.51
-Table 2.23: Electricity trade, 1960 - 2013 (GWh) III.52
3. Prices
-Table 3.1: OECD indices of real energy prices for end-users III.53
-Table 3.2: United States of America indices of real energy prices for end-users III.54
-Table 3.3: OECD Europe indices of real energy prices for end-users III.55
-Table 3.4: Japan indices of real energy prices for end-users  III.56
-Table 3.5: Electricity prices for industry in US dollars/MWh  III.57
-Table 3.6: Electricity prices for industry in US dollars/toe  III.57
-Table 3.7: Electricity prices for households in US dollars/MWh III.58
-Table 3.8: Electricity prices for households in US dollars/toe  III.58
-Table 3.9: Electricity prices for households in US dollars/MWh, converted with purchasing power parities  III.59
-Table 3.10: Purchasing power parities, national currency/US dollars  III.59
-Table 3.11: Heavy fuel oil prices for electricity generation in US dollars/tonne  III.60
-Table 3.12: Heavy fuel oil prices for electricity generation in US dollars/toe  III.60
-Table 3.13: Steam coal prices for electricity generation in US dollars/tonne  III.61
-Table 3.14: Steam coal prices for electricity generation in US dollars/toe  III.61
-Table 3.15: Natural gas prices for electricity generation in US dollars/MWh, gross calorific value basis III.62
-Table 3.16: Natural gas prices for electricity generation in US dollars/toe, net calorific value basis III.62
-Table 3.17: US dollar exchange rates in national currencies  III.63
-Figure 3.1: Indices of real energy end-use prices, OECD III.64
-Figure 3.2: Indices of real energy end-use prices, Japan III.64
-Figure 3.3: Indices or real energy end-use prices, United States III.65
-Figure 3.4: Indices of real energy end-use prices, OECD Europe III.65
PART IV. DETAILED OECD ELECTRICITY AND HEAT DATA
Directory of Part III graphs and tables IV.3
-OECD Total  IV.5
-OECD Americas  IV.23
-OECD Asia Oceania  IV.41
-OECD Europe  IV.57
-IEA Total  IV.75
-IEA Americas  IV.93
-IEA Asia Oceania  IV.111
-IEA Europe  IV.127
-Australia  IV.145
-Austria   IV.161
-Belgium  IV.179
-Canada  IV.197
-Chile  IV.215
-Czech Republic  IV.231
-Denmark  IV.249
-Estonia  IV.267
-Finland  IV.285
-France  IV.303
-Germany IV.321
-Greece  IV.339
-Hungary  IV.357
-Iceland  IV.375
-Ireland IV.389
-Israel  IV.405
-Italy  IV.419
-Japan IV.437
-Korea  IV.453
-Luxembourg  IV.469
-Mexico  IV.487
-Netherlands IV.503
-New Zealand  IV.521
-Norway  IV.537
-Poland  IV.555
-Portugal  IV.573
-Slovak Republic  IV.591
-Slovenia  IV.609
-Spain  IV.627
-Sweden  IV.645
-Switzerland  IV.663
-Turkey  IV.681
-United Kingdom IV.699
-United States  IV.717