Household specific electricity consumption in France 1990-2012, by use

This statistic illustrates the distribution of specific electricity consumption in France in 1990 and 2012, according to type of use. It shows that the share of specific electricity consumption used for small electrical and electronic equipment was close to 50 percent in 2012, compared to around 20 percent in 1990.

Breakdown of household specific electricity consumption in France in 1990 and 2012, by type of use

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Sources

Release date

February 2015

Region

France

Survey time period

1990 to 2012

Special properties

metropolitan France

Supplementary notes

The source also gives the following information: "In 2012, total household specific electricity consumption per dwelling reached 2,740 kWh, compared to 1,945 kWh per dwelling in 1990."

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