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Final primary energy consumption shares in Poland 2006-2016, by sector

Shares of final energy consumption in Poland in 2006 and 2017, by sector

by Ian Tiseo, last edited Aug 29, 2018
Final primary energy consumption shares in Poland 2006-2016, by sector This statistic displays the final energy consumption shares in Poland in 2006 and 2016, by sector. It shows the sector with the highest share of final energy consumption was households, with a share of 30.25 percent in 2016. This was a decline when compared to 2006. The shares for the transport sector increased in 2016 to 28.17 percent.
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Shares of final energy consumption in Poland in 2006 and 2017, by sector

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