Annual Renewables
Questionnaire
Overview
IEA Energy Statistics Training
Paris, 4–8 March 2013
Rachael Hackney, Georgios Zazias
Annual Renewables Statistics
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OVERVIEW
 Renewable energy in the world
 Renewables energy sources
 IEA annual questionnaire
 On-going challenges
 Uses of the data
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RENEWABLE FUELS IN THE WORLD
2010
TPES
Renewables
Natural Gas
21.4%
Other*
0.0%
Nuclear
5.6%
Renewables
13.2%
Oil
32.6%
Coal
27.2%
12,717 Mtoe
Hydro
2.3%
Biofuels
and
Waste
10.0%
Other ren**
0.9%
Liquid biofuels
3.7%
Hydro
17.9%
Renewable
mun. waste
0.9%
Biofuels
and Waste
75.4%
Wind
1.8%
Solar, Tide
1.1%
Solid biofuels/
charcoal
69.4%
Biogases
1.5%
Geothermal
3.9%
1,655 Mtoe
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CLASSIFICATION
Renewables and Waste
Non-combustible
electricity-only
Non-combustible
electricity
and heat
Hydro
Geothermal
Wind
Solar thermal
Tide, Wave,
Ocean
Combustible fuels
with stock changes
Industrial
Wastes
Municipal
Solid Wastes
NonRenewable
Renewable
NonRenewable
Solid biomass
Solar
photovoltaic
Biogas
Liquid biofuels
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NON-COMBUSTIBLE RENEWABLE
ENERGY SOURCES
FIRST PRACTICAL
POINT OF
MEASUREMENT
Wind
Tide, Wave,
Ocean
Energy
Capture
Electricity
production
Solar
photovoltaic
Hydro
PRIMARY ENERGY FORM = ELECTRICITY
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OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
Exports
Geothermal
Solar thermal
Energy
Capture
Energy
Transformation
Direct Use
Electricity
Production
Heat
Production
Imports
PRIMARY ENERGY FORM = HEAT
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OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
Exports
Electricity
Production
Energy
Transformation
Geothermal
Energy
Capture
Heat
Production
Direct Use
Imports
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OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE
RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
Exports
Electricity
Production
Energy
Transformation
Solar thermal
Energy
Capture
Heat
Production
Direct Use
Imports
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COMBUSTIBLE RENEWABLE
AND WASTE FUELS
Industrial
Wastes
Municipal Solid
Wastes
Exports
Stock
Build
Electricity
Production
Wood/ Wood
Wastes/ Other
solid wastes
Charcoal
Energy
Transformation
Collection /
Production
Direct Use
Landfill Gas
Sewage sludge
gas
Imports
Heat
Production
Blended with
conventional energy
forms
Stock
Draw
Other biogas
Biogasoline
Biodiesels
Other liquid
biofuels
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COMBUSTIBLE RENEWABLE
AND WASTE FUELS
 Industrial waste
 Non-renewable origin (renewable reported as solid
biomass, biogas, or liquid biofuels)
 Municipal solid wastes
 From households, industry, hospitals
 Renewable: the portion which is biodegradable
material
 Non-Renewable: the portion which is nonbiodegradable
 Solid biomass - organic, non-fossil material
 Wood, wood wastes and other solid wastes
 Charcoal
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COMBUSTIBLE RENEWABLE
AND WASTE FUELS
 Biogas
 Landfill gas
 Sewage Sludge gas
 Other Biogas
 Liquid Biomass
 Biogasoline
 Bioethanol (ethanol from waste)
 Biomethanol (methanol from waste)
 BioETBE (ethyl-tertio-butyl-ether) from bioethanol
 Biodiesels




Methyl-ester from vegetable or animal
Biodimethylether (dimethylether from biomass)
Fischer Tropsh from biomass
Cold pressed biooil (oil from oil seed)
 Other Liquid Biofuels
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STRUCTURE OF ANNUAL
QUESTIONNAIRE
 Table 1: Gross Electricity and Heat Production
 Table 2: Supply, Transformation, Energy Sectors,
End-Use
 Table 3: Technical Characteristics of Installations




Net Maximum Capacity (electricity)
Solar Collectors Surface
Liquid Biofuels Plants Capacity
Average Net Calorific Values
 Table 4: Production of Wood, Wood Wastes, and
Other Solid Wastes
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TYPES OF ELECTRICITY AND
HEAT PLANTS
Electricity
Only
Main Activity
Producer
Report all
production
Autoproducer and all fuel
used
CHP
Heat Only
Report all electricity
and heat produced
and all fuel used
Report all heat
produced and all
fuel used
Report all electricity
produced and heat
sold with
corresponding fuel
used
Report heat sold
and
corresponding
fuel used
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TABLE 1. GROSS ELECTRICITY
AND HEAT PRODUCTION
MAIN ACTIVITY PRO DUCER PLANTS
Country
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
B
C
AUTO PRO DUCER PLANTS
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
TO TAL
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
MAIN ACTIVITY
PRO DUCER
AUTO PRO DUCER
E
F
G (= A+B+C)
H (= D+E+F)
2011
A
ELECTRICITY Unit: MWh
Total
1
72,081,281
Hydro
D
1,072,224
1,252,164
2,320,965
73,153,505
3,573,129
365,400
2
24,344,600
365,400
24,344,600
Hydro-1 MW
3
1,866,000
0
1,866,000
0
Hydro 1-10 MW
4
4,113,000
365,400
4,113,000
365,400
Hydro 10+ MW
5
12,315,600
0
12,315,600
0
Pumped Hydro
6
6,050,000
0
6,050,000
0
Geothermal
7
18,800
18,800
0
Solar Photovoltaic
8
0
0
0
0
Solar T hermal
9
0
0
0
0
T ide, Wave and Ocean
10
0
0
0
0
Wind
11
38,570,869
68,131
38,570,869
68,131
Industrial Waste
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
15
7,132,915
1,016,573
743,207
1,982,133
8,149,488
2,725,340
Landfill Gas
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
19
2,014,097
55,651
75,426
338,832
2,069,748
414,258
0
0
0
HEAT Unit: TJ
Total
20
8,401
7,145
0
0
15,546
0
Geothermal
21
0
1,048
0
0
1,048
0
Solar T hermal
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
Industrial Waste
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
26
8,182
5,881
0
0
14,063
0
Landfill Gas
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
30
219
216
0
0
435
0
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TABLE 1. GROSS ELECTRICITY
AND HEAT PRODUCTION
MAIN ACTIVITY PRO DUCER PLANTS
Country
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
B
C
AUTO PRO DUCER PLANTS
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
TO TAL
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
MAIN ACTIVITY
PRO DUCER
AUTO PRO DUCER
E
F
G (= A+B+C)
H (= D+E+F)
2011
A
ELECTRICITY Unit: MWh
Total
1
72,081,281
Hydro
D
1,072,224
1,252,164
2,320,965
73,153,505
3,573,129
365,400
2
24,344,600
365,400
24,344,600
Hydro-1 MW
3
1,866,000
0
1,866,000
0
Hydro 1-10 MW
4
4,113,000
365,400
4,113,000
365,400
Hydro 10+ MW
5
12,315,600
0
12,315,600
0
Pumped Hydro
6
6,050,000
0
6,050,000
0
Geothermal
7
18,800
18,800
0
Solar Photovoltaic
8
0
0
0
0
Solar T hermal
9
0
0
0
0
T ide, Wave and Ocean
10
0
Wind
11
38,570,869
Industrial Waste
12
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
13
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
14
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
0
0
X
0
0
68,131
X
0
0
38,570,869
68,131
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
7,132,915
1,016,573
743,207
1,982,133
8,149,488
2,725,340
Landfill Gas
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
19
2,014,097
55,651
75,426
338,832
2,069,748
414,258
HEAT Unit: TJ
Total
20
8,401
7,145
0
0
15,546
0
Geothermal
21
0
1,048
0
0
1,048
0
Solar T hermal
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
Industrial Waste
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
26
8,182
5,881
0
0
14,063
0
Landfill Gas
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
30
219
216
0
0
435
X
X
0
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TABLE 1. GROSS ELECTRICITY
AND HEAT PRODUCTION
MAIN ACTIVITY PRO DUCER PLANTS
Country
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
B
C
AUTO PRO DUCER PLANTS
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
TO TAL
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
MAIN ACTIVITY
PRO DUCER
AUTO PRO DUCER
E
F
G (= A+B+C)
H (= D+E+F)
2011
A
ELECTRICITY Unit: MWh
Total
1
72,081,281
Hydro
D
1,072,224
1,252,164
2
24,344,600
Hydro-1 MW
3
1,866,000
Hydro 1-10 MW
4
4,113,000
Hydro 10+ MW
5
12,315,600
Pumped Hydro
6
6,050,000
Geothermal
7
18,800
Solar Photovoltaic
8
0
Solar T hermal
9
0
T ide, Wave and Ocean
10
0
Wind
11
38,570,869
Industrial Waste
12
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
13
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
14
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
15
7,132,915
Landfill Gas
16
Sludge Gas
17
Other Biogas
Other Liquid Biofuels
2,320,965
365,400
X
X
0
365,400
0
0
0
X
0
0
0
0
0
X
73,153,505
3,573,129
24,344,600
365,400
1,866,000
0
4,113,000
365,400
12,315,600
0
6,050,000
0
18,800
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
38,570,869
68,131
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,016,573
743,207
1,982,133
8,149,488
2,725,340
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
2,014,097
55,651
75,426
338,832
2,069,748
414,258
68,131
HEAT Unit: TJ
Total
20
8,401
7,145
0
0
15,546
0
Geothermal
21
0
1,048
0
0
1,048
0
Solar T hermal
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
Industrial Waste
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
26
8,182
5,881
0
0
14,063
0
Landfill Gas
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
219
216
0
0
435
Sludge Gas
Other Biogas
X
Other Liquid Biofuels
0
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TABLE 1. GROSS ELECTRICITY
AND HEAT PRODUCTION
MAIN ACTIVITY PRO DUCER PLANTS
Country
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
2011
A
ELECTRICITY Unit: MWh
CHP
AUTO PRO DUCER PLANTS
HEAT
(O NLY)
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
CHP
TO TAL
HEAT
(O NLY)
MAIN ACTIVITY
PRO DUCER
AUTO PRO DUCER
Hydro is broken down by
plant size and electricity from
pumped storage is reported
separately
B
Total
1
72,081,281
Hydro
C
D
1,072,224
E
1,252,164
F
G (= A+B+C)
2,320,965
H (= D+E+F)
73,153,505
3,573,129
365,400
2
24,344,600
365,400
24,344,600
Hydro-1 MW
3
1,866,000
0
1,866,000
0
Hydro 1-10 MW
4
4,113,000
365,400
4,113,000
365,400
Hydro 10+ MW
5
12,315,600
0
12,315,600
0
Pumped Hydro
6
6,050,000
0
6,050,000
0
Geothermal
7
18,800
18,800
0
Solar Photovoltaic
8
0
0
0
0
Solar T hermal
9
0
0
0
0
T ide, Wave and Ocean
10
0
0
0
0
Wind
11
38,570,869
68,131
38,570,869
68,131
Industrial Waste
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
13
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
14
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
15
7,132,915
1,016,573
743,207
1,982,133
Hydro
Hydro-1 MW
2
0
0
8,149,488
2,725,340
3
16
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
19
2,014,097
55,651
75,426
338,832
2,069,748
414,258
Landfill Gas
Sludge Gas
HEAT Unit: TJ
Hydro 1-10 MW
0
0
0
0
4
Total
20
8,401
7,145
0
0
15,546
0
Geothermal
21
0
1,048
0
0
1,048
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
Solar T hermal
Industrial Waste
Hydro 10+ MW
Municipal Waste (Renew)
25
0
Pumped Hydro
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
26
8,182
5,881
0
Landfill Gas
27
0
0
Sludge Gas
28
0
Other Biogas
29
Other Liquid Biofuels
30
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
5
6
0
0
0
14,063
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
219
216
0
0
435
0
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TABLE 1. GROSS ELECTRICITY
AND HEAT PRODUCTION
MAIN ACTIVITY PRO DUCER PLANTS
Country
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
B
C
AUTO PRO DUCER PLANTS
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
TO TAL
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
MAIN ACTIVITY
PRO DUCER
AUTO PRO DUCER
E
F
G (= A+B+C)
H (= D+E+F)
2011
A
ELECTRICITY Unit: MWh
Total
1
72,081,281
Hydro
D
1,072,224
1,252,164
2,320,965
73,153,505
3,573,129
365,400
2
24,344,600
365,400
24,344,600
Hydro-1 MW
3
1,866,000
0
1,866,000
0
Hydro 1-10 MW
4
4,113,000
365,400
4,113,000
365,400
Hydro 10+ MW
5
12,315,600
0
12,315,600
0
Pumped Hydro
6
6,050,000
0
6,050,000
0
Geothermal
7
18,800
18,800
0
Solar Photovoltaic
8
0
0
0
0
Solar T hermal
9
0
0
0
0
T ide, Wave and Ocean
10
0
0
0
0
Wind
11
38,570,869
68,131
38,570,869
68,131
Industrial Waste
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
15
7,132,915
1,016,573
743,207
1,982,133
8,149,488
2,725,340
Landfill Gas
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
19
2,014,097
55,651
75,426
338,832
2,069,748
414,258
0
0
0
HEAT Unit: TJ
Total
20
8,401
7,145
0
0
15,546
0
Geothermal
21
0
1,048
0
0
1,048
0
Solar T hermal
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
Industrial Waste
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
26
8,182
5,881
0
0
14,063
0
Landfill Gas
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
30
219
216
0
0
435
0
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TABLE 1. GROSS ELECTRICITY
AND HEAT PRODUCTION
MAIN ACTIVITY PRO DUCER PLANTS
Country
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
B
C
AUTO PRO DUCER PLANTS
ELECTRICITY
(O NLY)
TO TAL
CHP
HEAT
(O NLY)
MAIN ACTIVITY
PRO DUCER
AUTO PRO DUCER
E
F
G (= A+B+C)
H (= D+E+F)
2011
A
ELECTRICITY Unit: MWh
Total
1
72,081,281
Hydro
D
1,072,224
1,252,164
2,320,965
73,153,505
3,573,129
365,400
2
24,344,600
365,400
24,344,600
Hydro-1 MW
3
1,866,000
0
1,866,000
0
Hydro 1-10 MW
4
4,113,000
365,400
4,113,000
365,400
Hydro 10+ MW
5
12,315,600
0
12,315,600
0
Pumped Hydro
6
6,050,000
0
6,050,000
0
Geothermal
7
18,800
18,800
0
Solar Photovoltaic
8
0
0
0
0
Solar T hermal
9
0
0
0
0
T ide, Wave and Ocean
10
0
0
0
0
Wind
11
38,570,869
68,131
38,570,869
68,131
Industrial Waste
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
13
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
15
7,132,915
1,016,573
743,207
1,982,133
8,149,488
2,725,340
Landfill Gas
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
19
2,014,097
55,651
75,426
Report heat
sold to third
parties only
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
Report
all heat
produced
0
338,832
2,069,748
414,258
0
0
0
HEAT Unit: TJ
Total
20
8,401
7,145
0
0
15,546
0
Geothermal
21
0
1,048
0
0
1,048
0
Solar T hermal
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
Industrial Waste
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Renew)
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
Municipal Waste (Non-Renew)
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
26
8,182
5,881
0
0
14,063
0
Landfill Gas
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
Sludge Gas
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Biogas
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
Other Liquid Biofuels
30
219
216
0
0
435
0
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COMMODITY BALANCE FORMAT
Exports
Stock
Build
Transformation
Secondary
Energy
Primary
Energy
Indigenous
Production
Final
Consumption
End-Users
Imports
Stock
Draw
Supply
Inland Consumption
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TRANSFORMATION VS.
ENERGY SECTORS
 Transformation Sector


Fuel used for the conversion of primary forms of
energy to secondary (e.g. landfill gases to
electricity)
Fuels used for the transformation to derived energy
products (e.g. biogas used for blended natural gas)
 Energy Sector

Fuels consumed by the energy industry to support
 fuel extraction
 transformation activities
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TABLE 2. SUPPLY, TRANSFORMATION,
ENERGY SECTORS AND END USE
MUNICIPAL WASTE
SO LID BIO MASS
BIO GAS
LIQ UID BIO FUELS
Ge othe rmal
Ene rgy
Solar The rmal
Industrial
Waste (nonre ne wable )
Re ne wable
Non-Re ne wable
Wood/Wood
Waste s/O the r
Solid Waste s
Charcoal
Landfill Gas
Se wage Sludge
Gas
O the r Biogas
Biogasoline
Biodie se ls
O the r Liquid
Biofue ls
T J (NCV)
T J (NCV)
T J (NCV)
T J (NCV)
T J (NCV)
T J (NCV)
1000 tonnes
T J (NCV)
T J (NCV)
T J (NCV)
tonnes
tonnes
tonnes
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
Country
2011
Indigenous Production
1
T otal Imports (Balance)
2
T otal Exports (Balance)
3
Stock Changes (National T erritory)
4
Inland Consumption (Calculated)
5
6
Statistical Differences
Transformation Se ctor
Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants
7
8
Main Activity Producer CHP Plants
9
Main Activity Producer Heat plants
10
Autoproducer Electricity Plants
11
Autoproducer CHP Plants
12
Autoproducer Heat plants
13
Patent Fuel Plants (T ransformation)
14
BKB Plants (T ransformation)
15
Gas Works (T ransformation)
16
For Blended Natural Gas
17
For Blending to Motor Gasoline/Diesel
18
Charcoal Production Plants (T ransformation)
19
20
Non-specified (T ransformation)
Ene rgy Se ctor
Gasification Plants for Biogas
21
Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants
23
Coal Mines
24
Patent Fuel Plants (Energy)
25
Coke Ovens (Energy)
26
Petroleum Refineries
27
BKB Plants (Energy)
28
Gas Works (Energy)
29
Blast Furnaces (Energy)
30
Charcoal Production Plants (Energy)
Non-specified (Energy)
31
32
Distribution losse s
33
Total Final Consumption
34
Final Ene rgy Consumption
35
Industry Se ctor
Iron and Steel
36
Chemical (including Petrochemical)
38
Non-Ferrous Metals
39
Non-Metallic Minerals
40
T ransport Equipment
41
Machinery
42
Mining and Quarrying
43
Food, Beverages and T obacco
44
Paper, Pulp and Printing
45
Wood and Wood Products
46
Construction
47
T extiles and Leather
48
Non-specified (Industry)
49
Transport Se ctor
Rail
50
Road
52
Domestic Navigation
53
Non-specified (T ransport)
54
O the r Se ctors
Commercial and Public Services
55
Residential
57
Agriculture/Forestry
58
Fishing
59
Non-specified (Other)
60
22
37
51
56
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
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• 13 energy products
• 60 flows divided into 6 sections
• Supply
• Transformation Sector
• Energy Sector
• Industry Sector
• Transport Sector
• Other Sectors
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0
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0
0
0
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0
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0
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0
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0
0
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0
0
0
0
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0
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0
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0
0
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
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0
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TABLE 2. SUPPLY, TRANSFORMATION,
ENERGY SECTORS AND END USE
SO LID BIO MASS
Wood/Wood
Wastes/O ther
Solid Wastes
Charcoal
T J (NCV)
1000 tonnes
F
G
B
Country
2011
Indigenous Production
1
T otal Imports (Balance)
2
T otal Exports (Balance)
3
Stock Changes (National T erritory)
4
Inland Consumption (Calculated)
5
6
Statistical Differences
Transformation Sector
Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants
7
Main Activity Producer CHP Plants
9
Main Activity Producer Heat plants
10
Autoproducer Electricity Plants
11
Autoproducer CHP Plants
12
Autoproducer Heat plants
13
Patent Fuel Plants (T ransformation)
14
BKB Plants (T ransformation)
15
Gas Works (T ransformation)
16
For Blended Natural Gas
17
For Blending to Motor Gasoline/Diesel
18
Charcoal Production Plants (T ransformation)
19
20
Non-specified (T ransformation)
8
469,636
0
0
0
469,636
0
189,665
130,363
21,173
11,222
10,744
16,163
0
=
+
+
+
+
+
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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TABLE 2. SUPPLY, TRANSFORMATION,
ENERGY SECTORS AND END USE
SO LID BIO MASS
Wood/Wood
Wastes/O ther
Solid Wastes
Charcoal
T J (NCV)
1000 tonnes
F
G
B
Country
2011
Energy Sector
Gasification Plants for Biogas
21
Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants
23
Coal Mines
24
Patent Fuel Plants (Energy)
25
Coke Ovens (Energy)
26
Petroleum Refineries
27
BKB Plants (Energy)
28
Gas Works (Energy)
29
Blast Furnaces (Energy)
30
Charcoal Production Plants (Energy)
Non-specified (Energy)
31
32
Distribution losses
33
Total Final Consumption
34
22
56
0
56
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
279,915
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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TABLE 2. SUPPLY, TRANSFORMATION,
ENERGY SECTORS AND END USE
SO LID BIO MASS
Wood/Wood
Wastes/O ther
Solid Wastes
Charcoal
T J (NCV)
1000 tonnes
F
G
BIO GAS
Country
2011
Final Energy Consumption
35
Industry Sector
Iron and Steel
36
Chemical (including Petrochemical)
38
Non-Ferrous Metals
39
Non-Metallic Minerals
40
T ransport Equipment
41
Machinery
42
Mining and Quarrying
43
Food, Beverages and T obacco
44
Paper, Pulp and Printing
45
Wood and Wood Products
46
Construction
47
T extiles and Leather
48
Non-specified (Industry)
49
Transport Sector
Rail
50
Road
52
Domestic Navigation
53
Non-specified (T ransport)
54
O ther Sectors
Commercial and Public Services
55
Residential
57
Agriculture/Forestry
58
Fishing
59
Non-specified (Other)
60
37
51
56
279,915
71,035
0
1,303
0
5,999
0
0
0
0
23,933
35,002
0
0
4,798
0
0
0
0
0
208,880
0
208,880
0
0
0
=
+
+
+
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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TABLE 3.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Country
Unit = MWe
ELECTRICAL
2011
(or other data:
)
CAPACITY
NET MAXIMUM CAPACITY
A
CLASSIFICATIO N BY TECHNO LO GY
Hydro
1
Hydro-1 MW
2
Hydro 1-10 MW
3
Hydro 10+ MW
4
Pumped Hydro
5
Geothermal
6
Solar Photovoltaic
7
Solar T hermal
8
T ide, Wave and Ocean
9
Wind
10
Industrial Waste
11
Municipal Waste
12
Wood/Wood Wastes/Other Solid Wastes
13
Landfill Gas
14
Sludge Gas
15
Other Biogas
16
Other Liquid Biofuels
17
9,538
9
172
7,867
1,490
0
184
3
0
0
0
0
440
231
0
0
0
Row 1: This item should be equal to the sum of items 2,3,4 and 5.
Row s 2, 3, 4: Net of pumping
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TABLE 3.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
SOLAR COLLECTORS SURFACE
Unit = 1000 m²
Solar collectors surface (1000m2)
8,892
18
LIQUID BIOFUELS PLANTS CAPACITY
Unit = tonnes/year
Biogasoline
19
Biodiesels
20
Other Liquid Biofuels
21
0
0
0
AVERAGE NET CALORIFIC VALUE
Unit = kJ/kg
Biogasoline Average Net Calorific Value
22
Biodisel Average Net Calorific Value
23
Other Liquid Biofuels Average Net Calorific Value
24
Charcoal Average Net Calorific Value
25
0
0
36,800
0
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TABLE 4. PRODUCTION OF WOOD, WOOD
WASTE AND OTHER SOLID WASTES
Country
Unit = TJ (net)
2011
Wood/Wood Wastes/O ther Solid Wastes
A
Memo: Wood (T J-net)
2
Memo: Vegetal Waste (T J-net)
3
Memo: of which: Wood Waste (T J-net)
4
Memo: Black Liquor (T J-net)
5
Memo: Other Solid Biomass (T J-net)
6
TABLE 2
469,636
469,636
SO LID BIO
0 MASS
Wood/Wood 0
Charcoal
Wastes/O ther
Solid Wastes 0
0
1
Data should correspond to cell F1 in Table 2. 2011
Indigenous Production
1
T otal Imports (Balance)
2
T otal Exports (Balance)
3
Stock Changes (National T erritory)
4
Inland Consumption (Calculated)
5
6
Statistical Differences
T J (NCV)
1000 tonnes
F
G
469,636
0
0
0
469,636
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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INTERRELATIONSHIP OF
QUESTIONNAIRES
Electricity
production
Electricity
Electricityand
and
Heat
Heat
Questionnaire
questionnaire
Table 11
Table
Table 11
Table
Heat production
Gross
Gross
Electricity
Electricity
and
andHeat
Heat
Production
Production
Table 34
Table
Technical
Technical
Characteristics
Characteristics
of
ofthe
the
Installations
Installationsat
at
the
theend
endof
ofthe
the
Year
year
Capacity
Liquid biofuels
Natural
NaturalGas
Gas
questionnaire
questionnaire
Table
Table11
Biogases
Table 2
Table 2
Supply, Transformation,
Supply, Transformation and Energy Sectors
Energy Sectors+and
Energy
end use
= Transformation
Energy
+ Distribution
=Losses
Transformation
+
Energy
+
Distribution
+ Final Energy Consumption
Losses + Final Energy Consumption
Renewables as
binding agents
Electricity
Electricityand
and
Heat
Heat
Questionnaire
questionnaire
Table 7a
7A
Table
Oil
Oil
Questionnaire
questionnaire
Table 11
Table
Coal
Coal
Questionnaire
questionnaire
Table 11
Table
Table
Table46
Production
Production of
of Wood
Wood
/ /Wood
WoodWaste
Waste/ /
Other
OtherSolid
SolidWaste
Waste
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DATA QUALITY CHECKS
 Integers, negative numbers, sums
 Percentage differences with prior year
 Comparisons to other questionnaires
 Calorific values
 Statistical difference
 Transformation efficiency rates
 Shifts in product classification
 Breaks in series
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ON GOING CHALLENGES
 Scattered production/consumption
data
 Not all renewable and waste energies
flow through conventional systems
 Multitude of individual small
installations
 Lack of standardized estimation
methodology
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USES OF THE DATA
Renewable Information book
Electronic online files
Energy balances
CO2 emissions
Data support for other IEA divisions/other
organizations
 Country reviews
 Analysis
- Assessing security of supply
- Evolution of efficiencies
- Environmental impacts
 Making policy and business decisions





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Exercise Preparation
 Sources of electricity and heat by
plants: overview
 How to report a transformation
 Transformation vs. direct use
 Biomass: energy vs. non-energy
 Reporting Liquid biofuels
 Production vs. capacity: consistency
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Table 1: Electricity and heat by source
and plant
Electricity
Produced
in MWh
Or Heat
Produced
in TJ
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Table 1: Electricity and heat by source and
plant
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WOOD, WOOD WASTE
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Landfill
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SEWAGE
Treatment site
Biogas production
BIOGAS
(CH4 90-98%)
Transformation
City Gas
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Table 2: Transformation
 If we have an output in table 1 then we should
report an input in Table 2 (transformation).
Inputs in TJ or tonnes
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Transformation:
example of Charcoal
Input
(Wood)
Output
(Charcoal)
Charcoal
Transformation
Plant
Efficiency = Output/Input
In energy units
Efficiency of charcoal production plants ≈ 25% - 40%
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Table 2: How to report a transformation:
example of Charcoal
3000
35
3000
35
3000
3000
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Table 2: Direct Use
Example for Solar thermal
Heat
Production
Sold to thirds
Transformation
Electricity
Production
Solar thermal
Energy
Capture
Direct Use
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Direct Use of the Heat
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Transformation: Electricity Power Plant
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Biomass:
energy vs. non-energy
 Only Energy purposes Biomass is included
 Non-energy use of biomass is excluded
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Table 2: Reporting Liquid biofuels
 Report only the quantities of liquid biofuels and not the total volume
of liquids into which the biofuels may be blended.
Used directly
as fuel, not
included in
biogasoline
or biodiesel
For blending to Motor gasoline/diesel
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Production vs. capacity:
consistency
 We can check the utilization rates of plants with
production and capacity figures.
Net electricity production
Utilization rate =
capacity * time
Example :
Wind electrical capacity = 28 MW
Net annual electricity production = 45000 MWh
Utilization rate =
= 45000 MWh/(28MW * 24 h/d * 365 d/y)
= 18%
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