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Primary energy consumption, Germany

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Primary energy refers to the energy carriers at the beginning of the energy conversion chains. The total primary energy consumption in Germany amounted to 446 million t of coal equivalents in 2014. The consumption is divided up as follows:

The consumption is divided up as follows:

Mineral oils

35.0%

Natural gas

20.5%

Hard Coal

12.6%

Lignite

12.0%

Renewables

11.1%

Nuclear energy

8.1%

Others

1.7%

Primary energy consumption, Germany, 2013

Primary energy consumption, Germany, 2014

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