7.3 Primary energy consumption, final energy consumption

Total primary energy supply is the quantity of energy consumed within the borders of a country.

Final energy consumption is the energy consumed by end-users (households, industry, etc.).

NAME OF THE INDICATOR

PRIMARY ENERGY CONSUMPTION, FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION

CONNECTION TO THE UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Goal 7. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

The indicator can also be used to complement the monitoring of goals 12 and 13.

DEFINITION OF THE INDICATOR AND METHODOLOGICAL EXPLANATIONS

Total primary energy supply is the quantity of energy consumed within the borders of a country. It is calculated: indigenous production + imports – exports ± international stock changes – marine bunkers.

Final energy consumption is the energy consumed by end-users (households, industry, etc.).

The indicator is a Europe 2020 headline indicator and an impact indicator for Strategic Plan 2016–2020 referring to the 10 European Commission priorities.

UNIT

1.000 toe (tons of oil equivalent)

DIMENSIONS AND SUBCATEGORIES

The data enable the display of distributions by: energy sources and sectors of consumption

DATA SOURCES

Data source: SURS

Publishing frequency: annually

Indicative date of publication: October

Observation period: previous year

Link to data: SI-STAT

Link to methodological explanations: Questionnaires, methodological explanations, quality reports (Theme: Energy; Sub-theme: Energy Production and Consumption)

CONTACT

Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, T: +386 1 241 64 04, E: info.stat@gov.si

LAST UPDATE OF THE METADATA

21. 12. 2018