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Renewable energy consumption for heating and cooling in the EU in 2019

2021-01-13
In 2019 as in 2018, over a fifth of the energy used for heating and cooling came from renewable sources in the EU.
 
Renewable energy sources include wind power, solar power (thermal, photovoltaic and concentrated), hydro power, tidal power, geothermal energy, ambient heat captured by heat pumps, biofuels and energy generated from waste. The EU had set a target that 20% of its gross final energy consumption should come from renewable sources by 2020. [1] As a whole, the EU is on track to meet this target since the share of renewables in gross final energy consumption was 19.7% in the EU-27 in 2019.
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