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Electricity Information 2011

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Electricity Information 2011

Electricity Information 2011
IEA Statistics
OECD / IEA | Aug 2011 | ISBN: 9789264101913 9789264102002 | 878 pages | PDF | 6 MB

Electricity Information provides a comprehensive review of historical and current market trends in the OECD electricity sector, including 2010 preliminary data.



Electricity Information is one of a series of annual IEA statistical publications on major energy sources; other reports are Coal Information, Natural Gas Information, Oil Information and Renewables Information.
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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION
1. Introduction
2. Definitions
3. Sources and notes
4. Country notes
5. Geographical coverage
6. Conversion factors & calorific values
Country specific net calorific values
PART II WORLD ELECTRICITY DEVELOPMENTS
1. Summary
Production.
Consumption
Trade
OECD prices
2. Production and installed capacity
OECD production and installed capacity
Hydroelectric power
Nuclear power
Geothermal, solar, tide, wave and wind power
Combustible fuels
Coal
Oil
Natural Gas
Biofuels and waste
Heat production
Direct use of heat
Non-OECD production
Hydroelectric power
Nuclear power
Geothermal, solar, tide, wave and wind power
Combustible fuels
Coal
Oil
Natural Gas
Biofuels and waste
Heat production
3. Electricity consumption
OECD consumption
OECD sectoral consumption
Non-OECD consumption
OECD heat consumption
OECD market shares.
4. Electricity trade
OECD electricity trade
Non-OECD electricity trade
5. OECD prices
Electricity prices for industry
Electricity prices for households
Prices of competing fuels
6. Trends in the OECD
electricity sector
Energy and electricity intensity
Electricity production
7. Selected issues related to
electricity security
PART III ELECTRICITY DATA OVERVIEW
1. World
Figure 1.1: World electricity and energy production
Table 1.1: World electricity production, imports, exports, final consumption, 2009 (TWh)
Table 1.2: World gross electricity production, by country, by source, 2009 (TWh)
Table 1.3: World gross electricity production from combustible fuels, by country, 2009 (TWh)
Table 1.4: World gross heat production from combustible fuels, by country 2009 (PJ)
Table 1.5: World fuel use for electricity and heat production, by country, 2009 (PJ)
2. OECD
Table 2.1: OECD electricity production, imports, exports, apparent consumption, 2010 (TWh)
Table 2.2: OECD gross electricity production, by country, by source, 2010 (TWh)
Table 2.3: OECD monthly net electricity supply, by country, 2010 (GWh)
Table 2.4: OECD gross electricity production from combustible fuels, by country, 2010 (TWh)
Table 2.5: OECD gross heat production from combustible fuels, by country, 2010 (PJ)
Table 2.6: Electricity production and consumption, OECD, 1973 - 2009 (TWh)
Table 2.7: Net maximum electricity generating capacity, OECD, by source, 1974 - 2009 (GW)
Table 2.8: Electricity generation and heat sold, OECD, 1974 - 2009
Table 2.9: Electricity production from combustible fuels in electricity plants, OECD, 1980 - 2009
Table 2.10: Electricity and heat produced for sale from combustible fuels in CHP plants, OECD,1980 – 2009
Table 2.11: Heat produced for sale from combustible fuels in heat plants, OECD, 1980 – 2009
Table 2.12: IEA electricity generating capacity, 1974 - 2009 (GW).
Table 2.13: OECD electricity consumption, by country, 1960 - 2009 (TWh)
Table 2.14: Electricity consumption, OECD, by sector, 1973 - 2009 (TWh)
Table 2.15: Electricity consumption, OECD, by industry, 1973 - 2009 (TWh)
Table 2.16: OECD final consumption of heat, by country, 1980 - 2009 (Mtoe)
Table 2.17: Final consumption of heat, OECD, by sector, 1980 - 2009 (per cent of total)
Table 2.18: Share of final consumption, OECD, by source, by sector, 2009 (per cent of total)
Table 2.19: Final consumption, OECD, by source, by sector, average annual rate of growth (%), 1960 - 1973
Table 2.20: Final consumption, OECD, by source, by sector, average annual rate of growth (%), 1973 - 2009
Table 2.21: OECD total electricity imports, by country, 1960 - 2010 (GWh)
Table 2.22: OECD total electricity exports, by country, 1960 - 2010 (GWh)
Table 2.23: Electricity trade, 1960 - 2010 (GWh)
3. Prices
Table 3.1: OECD indices of real energy prices for end-users
Table 3.2: United States of America indices of real energy prices for end-users
Table 3.3: OECD Europe indices of real energy prices for end-users
Table 3.4: Japan indices of real energy prices for end-users
Table 3.5: Electricity prices for industry in US dollars/kWh
Table 3.6: Electricity prices for industry in US dollars/toe
Table 3.7: Electricity prices for households in US dollars/kWh
Table 3.8: Electricity prices for households in US dollars/toe
Table 3.9: Electricity prices for households in US dollars/kWh, converted with purchasing power parities
Table 3.10: Purchasing power parities, national currency/US dollars
Table 3.11: Heavy fuel oil prices for electricity generation in US dollars/tonne
Table 3.12: Heavy fuel oil prices for electricity generation in US dollars/toe
Table 3.13: Steam coal prices for electricity generation in US dollars/tonne
Table 3.14: Steam coal prices for electricity generation in US dollars/toe
Table 3.15: Natural gas prices for electricity generation in US dollars/107 kcal, gross calorific value basis
Table 3.16: Natural gas prices for electricity generation in US dollars/toe, net calorific value basis
Table 3.17: US dollar exchange rates in national currencies
Figure 3.1: Indices of real energy end-use prices, OECD
Figure 3.2: Indices of real energy end-use prices, Japan
Figure 3.3: Indices or real energy end-use prices, United States
Figure 3.4: Indices of real energy end-use prices, OECD Europe
PART IV DETAILED OECD ELECTRICITY AND HEAT DATA
Directory of Part III graphs and tables
OECD Total
OECD Americas
OECD Asia Oceania
OECD Europe
IEA Total
IEA Americas
IEA Asia Oceania
IEA Europe
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Chile
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland.
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Luxembourg
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey.
United Kingdom
United States

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