Global Energy Statistical Yearbook 2020

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Total energy consumption 2019

2019 Selected figures

Share of BRICS in the total increase in energy consumption since 2000.

Sharp rise in crude oil production in the USA.

Decline of oil product consumption in Latin America for the fifth year in a row over reduced production and sanctions in Venezuela.

Dynamic demand in the USA and the EU.

Strong decline in coal consumption in the EU.

Contribution of BRICS to the global increase in power consumption between 2010 and 2019.

Rise in the share of renewables in the EU’s power mix between 2000 and 2019.

Steady growth in CO2 emissions in China in 2019.

Global Energy Trends 2020 - Update

New Consolidated Statistics & Estimates integrating COVID 19 impact.

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25
Feb

Spain added 1.7 GW of wind capacity in 2020

According to the Spanish wind association Asociación Empresarial Eólica (AEE), Spain’s installed wind capacity increased by 1,720 MW in 2020 and reached 27,446 MW at the end of 2020. In 2020, the autonomous communities with the largest wind capacity additions were Aragón (+1,051 MW to 4,159 MW), followed by Navarra (+263 MW to 1,302 MW), Castilla y León (+216 MW to 6,300 MW), Castilla La Mancha (+65 MW to 3,885 MW), Canary Islands (+29 MW to 450 MW), Andalusia (+24 MW to 3,478 MW) and Galicia (+24 MW to 3,829 MW). In total, there are 1,267 wind farms in Spain, with 21,431 installed wind turbines and wind power accounted for 21.9% of the electricity consumed in 2020.

25
Feb

France's installed renewable capacity rose by 2 GW to 55.9 GW in 2020

According to the French Renewable Energy Association, France’s installed renewable capacity, including hydropower, increased by more than 2 GW in 2020 (+1,105 MW of wind and +820 MW of solar) and reached 55.9 GW at the end of 2020. Hydropower capacity accounting for over half of the capacity, with 25.7 GW, followed by wind (17.6 GW), solar (10.4 GW) and bio-energies (2.2 GW). Renewable accounted for 26.9% of electricity consumption in mainland France in 2020, compared to 23.1% in 2019. This increase is due to a higher renewable production of 120.7 TWh (+10.4% compared to 2019) and to a lower electricity consumption due to the public health situation.

22
Feb

Brazil's installed wind capacity reached 17.7 GW at the end of 2020

According to the Brazilian wind association ABEEólica, Brazil had 17.7 GW of installed wind capacity at the end of 2020 (up from 928 MW at the end of 2010), with 695 wind power plants and more than 8,300 wind turbines. In 2020, Brazil installed nearly 2.3 GW of wind capacity. Most of Brazil’s installed wind capacity is located in Nordeste, with, most notably, 5.2 GW in Rio Grande do Norte, 4.9 GW in Bahia, 2.3 GW in Piauí and 2.2 GW in Ceará.

ABEEólica expects the Brazilian wind capacity to increase by nearly 11 GW by 2024, when it should reach 28.7 GW.

22
Feb

Wind accounted for 36% of Ireland's electricity demand in 2020

According to the Irish wind association Wind Energy Ireland, wind power generation increased by 13% to over 10.7 TWh in 2020 and accounted for 36.3% of electricity demand in Ireland. Eight new wind plants were connected with a combined capacity of 135 MW, raising the installed wind capacity to 4,255 MW at the end of 2020. In addition, the authorities confirmed planning permissions for seven new wind power plants with a total capacity of 307 MW.


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