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Energy consumption in Finland in 2017, by energy source
(in terajoules)
Energy consumption in Finland 2017
This statistic shows the energy consumption in Finland in 2017, by energy source. During that year, the largest energy source consumed in Finland was wood fuels, with approximately 362 petajoules, followed by oil, with nearly 214 petajoules. The smallest energy source was wind power, with roughly 17 petajoules. In total, approximately 1.4 exajoules of energy was consumed in Finland in 2017.
Energy consumption in Finland in 2017, by energy source
(in terajoules)
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Source

Release date

March 2019

Region

Finland

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "Hydro and wind power and net imports of electricity were made commensurate with fuels according to directly obtained electricity (3.6 TJ/GWh) and nuclear energy at the efficiency ratio of 33 per cent from nuclear power (10.91 TJ/GWh)."

* Includes hard coal and coke, blast furnace gas, and coke oven gas.

** Consumption of natural gas exclusive of uses as raw material.

Energy consumption in Finland 2017
This statistic shows the energy consumption in Finland in 2017, by energy source. During that year, the largest energy source consumed in Finland was wood fuels, with approximately 362 petajoules, followed by oil, with nearly 214 petajoules. The smallest energy source was wind power, with roughly 17 petajoules. In total, approximately 1.4 exajoules of energy was consumed in Finland in 2017.
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