Regionalisation of the Final Energy Consumption of the Sector Transport in Europe

The final energy consumption of the transport sector in 2017 amount 31 % of the final energy consumption in the 27 EU member countries, Norway, Switzerland, and United Kingdom. The consumption per energy carrier is splitted into types of vehicles /EUST-04 15/ (tables: road_eqs_carpda, road_eqs_lormot, eurostat.tran_r_vehst), /ODY-01 17/, /MI-01 13/: passenger cars, trucks, busses and motorcycles. The number of vehicle types per NUTS-2-region /EPP-05 20/ published by Eurostat is used for the regional distribution. As this source is only available at NUTS-2-level, the population dataset is applied for generating shares at NUTS-3-level. The sum of all shares of NUTS-3 regions equal one. Finally the absolute amount of the final energy consumption in 2017 per energy carrier and type of vehicle is available per NUTS-3-region. In the map the relative values per square kilometer of all energy carriers and vehicle types are presented and the absolute values by using the mouse over.
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Density in MWh/km2
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Figure 1: Regionalised final energy consumption of the sector transport in 2017 (Move your mouse over the regions to see absolute values)

Sources:

EUST-04 15

Database on Energy – Energy statistics. Luxemburg in ec.europa.eu/eurostat/data/database (07.12.2015): Eurostat, European Union, 2015

ODY-01 17

Transport – Data in the EU-28: http://www.odyssee-mure.eu/; Angers: Odyssee, 2017.

EMI-01 13

Transport data collection supporting the quantitative analysis of measures relating to transport and climate change (TRACCS); Thessaloniki: EMISIA SA, 2013.

EPP-05 20

Eurostat: Bestand der Fahrzeuge nach Kategorie und NUTS-2-Regionen – [tran_r_vehst]. In: http://appsso.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/nui/submitViewTableAction.do. (Abruf am 2020-05-20); Luxemburg: Eurostat, 2020.

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