The utilization of renewable power for heating and cooling within the EU is regularly growing, though in share phrases it registered a slight lower of 0.1 share factors in 2021 attributable to elevated consumption of all fuels after the elimination of COVID-19 restrictions, in accordance with an Eurostat article on Friday.
In 2021, the share of renewable power in gross closing consumption for heating and cooling functions was 22.9%, down from 23.0% in 2020. For comparability, that share was 11.7% in 2004.
The enlargement is especially a results of the contribution of biomass and warmth pumps.
The international locations with the very best renewables shares in heating and cooling are Sweden with 68.6%, Estonia – 61.3%, Latvia – 57.4%, and Finland – 52.6%. On the reverse finish are Eire with 5.2%, the Netherlands – 7.7%, and Belgium 9.2%.
Power for heating and cooling accounts for nearly 50% of the bloc’s whole gross closing power consumption.
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