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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.

November 2017:The percentage renewable energy in November was 6,5%
October 2017: thanks to high availability of wind last October, the percentage renewable energy jumped to 7.7%, up from 5.9% in October 2016
September 2017: In September 2017, our gross final energy consumption increased by 2.6% y-o-y; nevertheless, our CO2 emissions remained flat
August 2017: In August 2017 the fraction renewable energy was 6.9%
July 2017: In July 2017 the fraction renewable energy was 6.4%, down from 6.7% in July 2016
June 2017: In June 2017 the fraction renewable energy was 7.2%, up from 6.4% in June 2016
May 2017
April 2017: In April 2017, 15% of all power consumption in the Netherlands was renewable
March 2017:In March 2017, the percentage of renewable energy was 6.5%, up from 5.5% in March 2016.
February 2017: In February 2017, wind energy production in the Netherlands has reached a record level
January 2017: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.
 

Overview 2015

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.

Additional reading

Groningen 2035 Elektrisch transport en de netwerken Pleidooi Springtij
Analysis by Dr. Martien Visser, Professor Energy Transition & Network Integration at Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen.
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