Official Statistics of Finland

Energy Accounts

Producer: Statistics Finland
Data:

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Energy use in manufacturing grew by three per cent in 2018
01 Oct 2020
The final consumption of energy products used by Finns in Finland and abroad grew by one per cent from the previous year to 1,262 petajoule in 2018. The biggest share of energy was consumed by manufacturing, as the 557 petajoule it consumed was nearly one-half of all final consumption of energy products. Energy use in manufacturing grew by three per cent year-on-year. Households consumed 295 petajoule of energy, which was two per cent less than in the year before. The share of households in total final consumption of energy products stood at 23 per cent. Service industries used 22 per cent of energy, the biggest final user being transportation and storage activities.

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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: 22.10.2020].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/entp/index_en.html