Key figures

Key figures - Denmark - 2016

Gross Energy Consumption and Final Energy Consumption

Gross Energy Consumption 770 PJ
Gross Energy Consumption per Capita 134,98 GJ
Energy Intensity, Gross Energy Consumption 395 GJ/Million DKK
Final Energy Consumption 629 PJ
Final Energy Consumption per Capita 110 GJ
Energy Intensity, Final Energy Consumption /GDP 323 GJ/Million DKK
Population 5,707 Million
GDP (2000-prices) 1950,125 Billion DKK

 

Degree of Self-sufficiency

Total Degree ofSelf-sufficiency 83 %
Dependency of Oil 106 %
Share of Oil in Gross Energy Consumption 36 %

 

Renewable Energy - Share of Gross Energy Consumption

RE-share of final energy Consumption 31 %
RE-share of Total Electricity Consumption 54 %

 

Electricity supply system

Electricity Capacity 14,247 MV
Wind Turbine Capacity - Share of Total Electricity Capacity 37 %
CHP Production - Share of Total Thermal Electricity  69 %
CHP Production - Share of Total District Heating Production 67 %

 

COemissions from energy sector

CO2 Emissions  per Capita 7 Tonnes
CO2 Emissions per kWh Electricity Sold kWh 364 Gram/kWh
CO2 Emissions per Consumed Unit of District Heating 29 kg. pr. GJ
CO2 Emissions per kWh Electricity Sold kWh 268 Gram/kWh
CO2 Emissions per Consumed Unit of District Heating 29 kg. pr. GJ

 

Annual Reporting to the IEA/Eurostat/UN

The Danish Energy Agency reports annual statistics on energy supply and consumption of fuels to the IEA/Eurostat/UN. The file International Reporting contains information on 41 fuels and covers the period 1990-2016.

International Reporting (.xls)