IEA Energy Efficiency Indicators Highlights 2017

This statistical report is designed to help understand what drives final energy use in IEA (International Energy Agency) member countries in order to improve and track national energy efficiency policies. It is the second edition of a comprehensive selection of data that the IEA has been collecting each year, after its member states recognised in 2009 the need to better monitor energy efficiency policies.

The report includes country-specific analysis of end uses across the largest sectors – residential, services, industry and transport. It answers questions such as:

  • What are the largest drivers for energy use trends in each country?
  • Was energy saved because of efficiency progress over time?
  • How much energy is used for space heating, appliances or cooking?
  • What are the most energy-intensive industries?

Improving energy efficiency is a critical step for governments to take to move towards a sustainable energy system. This report highlights the key role of end-use energy data and indicators in monitoring progress in energy efficiency around the world.

This publication is complemented by the new Energy Efficiency Indicators database, which contains annual data from 2000 to 2015, covering end use energy consumption by energy product, end use energy efficiency indicators, and carbon intensity indicators for the four sectors..

See also:

Energy Efficiency Indicators 2017 – Excel tables

Statistics home page

Energy Efficiency Indicators – statistics topic page

Energy Efficiency – IEA general topic page

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European UnionThis project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723858. Disclaimer: The sole responsibility for the content of this material lies with the authors. It does not necessarily represent the views of the European Union, and neither EASME nor the European Commission are responsible for any use of this material.
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