Germany's dependency on energy imports from 2001 to 2014

The statistic reflects Germany's dependency on energy imports to meet energy needs from 2001 to 2014. A country's energy dependency is calculated by dividing net imports by the sum of gross domestic energy consumption (including stocks). In 2012, some 61 percent of Germany's energy needs were met by imports.

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 Import share
2001 60.9%
2002 60.1%
2003 60.5%
2004 60.9%
2005 60.4%
2006 60.8%
2007 58.4%
2008 60.8%
2009 61%
2010 60.1%
2011 61.6%
2012 61.3%
2013 62.6%
2014 61.4%
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