Renewables Information

International Energy Agency

English
Frequency
Annual
ISSN: 
2079-9543 (online)
ISSN: 
1816-0247 (print)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/20799543
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The International Energy Agency’s annual Renewables Information brings together in one reference volume essential statistics on renewables and waste energy sources. Part I of the publication provides a statistical overview of the previous year’s developments in the markets for renewables and waste in the OECD member countries. It also provides selected renewables indicators for non-OECD countries. Part II provides, in tabular form, a more detailed and comprehensive picture, including preliminary data, of developments for renewable and waste energy sources for each of the 30 OECD member countries. It encompasses energy indicators, generating capacity, electricity and heat production from renewable and waste sources, as well as production and consumption of renewable and waste products.

 
Renewables Information 2006

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International Energy Agency

English
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    http://oecd.metastore.ingenta.com/content/6106151e.pdf
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Author(s):
IEA
12 July 2006
Pages:
256
ISBN:
9789264110175 (PDF) ;9789264110168(print)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/renew-2006-en

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Renewables Information 2006 brings together in one volume the basic statistics compiled by the IEA on renewable and waste energy sources. It covers production, trade, transformation to electricity and heat, final consumption and installed generating capacity from renewable and waste energy sources. Part I of the publication provides a statistical overview of developments in the markets for renewables and waste in the OECD Member countries. It also provides selected renewables indicators for non-OECD countries. Part I of this edition of Renewables Information also acquaints the reader with the issue of Renewable Energy RD&D Priorities via a working paper, published recently by the IEA and reprinted here, which explores status and priorities of renewable RD&D efforts. Part II provides, in tabular form, a more detailed and comprehensive picture of developments in renewable and waste energy sources for each of the 30 OECD Member countries.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Part I. Renewables in the Global Energy Supply
-Development of Renewable and Waste Sources in the World
--An IEA Fact Sheet
--Selected Renewables Indicators by Country for 2004
-Development of Renewables and Waste Sources in OECD Countries
--Primary Energy Supply
--Electricity Production
--Installed Generating Capacity
Part II. OECD Renewables and Waste Graphs and Data
-Principles and Definitions
-Geographical Coverage
-Country Notes
-Conversion Factors
-Data
--Contribution of Renewable Energy Sources to TPES, by Country
--Share of Electricity Production from Renewable Sources, by Country
--Share of Electricity Production from Renewable Sources excluding Hydro, by Country
--Primary Energy Supply from Different Renewable Sources in 2004, by Country
--Graphs - Electricity Production by Renewable Energy Source (GWh)
--OECD Total
--OECD North America
--OECD/IEA Pacific
--OECD Europe
--IEA Total
--IEA North America --European Union 15
--Australia
--Austria
--Belgium
--Canada
--Czech Republic
--Denmark
--Finland
--France
--Germany
--Greece
--Hungary
--Iceland
--Ireland
--Italy
--Japan
--Korea
--Luxembourg
--Mexico
--Netherlands
--New Zealand
--Norway
--Poland
--Portugal
--Slovak Republic
--Spain
--Sweden
--Switzerland
--Turkey
--United Kingdom
--United States

 
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