Renewable Energy in the Netherlands
Renewable Energy in the Netherlands is a monthly update of the state of the Dutch (renewable) energy situation. Each month a detailed presentation is published with the newest insights in the data and developments.
: In May 2018 the Netherlands had a new record of 8.4% renewable energyApril 2018
: In April 2018 the fraction renewable electricity was at a record level of 16.5%
: In March 2018, the Netherlands produced 7.0% of its final energy consumption in the form of renewablesFebruary 2018
: Percentage renewable in the Netherlands was 6.3%, compared to the 6.1% last year. January 2018
: High percentage renewable energy in the Netherlands in January: 6,6%, compared to last year when it was 5,3%December 2017
: Wind electricity generation was 1.32 TWh, 60% higher than in December 2016November 2017
:The percentage renewable energy in November was 6,5%
thanks to high availability of wind last October, the percentage renewable energy jumped to 7.7%, up from 5.9% in October 2016
In September 2017, our gross final energy consumption increased by 2.6% y-o-y; nevertheless, our CO2 emissions remained flat
In August 2017 the fraction renewable energy was 6.9%
In July 2017 the fraction renewable energy was 6.4%, down from 6.7% in July 2016
In June 2017 the fraction renewable energy was 7.2%, up from 6.4% in June 2016
In April 2017, 15% of all power consumption in the Netherlands was renewable
In March 2017, the percentage of renewable energy was 6.5%, up from 5.5% in March 2016.
In February 2017, wind energy production in the Netherlands has reached a record level
In January 2017, Dutch CO2
emissions were 10% higher than last year
Based on this renewable energy data model, a real-time application, sponsored by SER and others, has been launched: Energieopwek.nl
(for more info click here
All monthly presentations of 2016 can be found here.
In 2015, solar PV generation increased sharply to more than 1 TWh
Renewable Energy in NL 2015
All monthly presentations from the year 2015 can be found here.
Elektrisch transport en de netwerken
Analysis by Dr. Martien Visser
, Professor Energy Transition & Network Integration at Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen
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