Final CO2 Emissions per Sector and Energy Source (Europe NUTS-0)

Within the project eXtremOS application-oriented emission balances for 30 European countries were created. Through the methodical combination of various statistical energy data and based on the application-oriented energy balances, national energy-related CO2 emissions can be presented in different levels of detail (sectors, applications, energy sources and branches). In addition, a distinction is possible between CO2 emissions from final energy consumption and CO2 emissions from energy source processing. For one thing, the balances enable energy-related analyses, e.g. the highlighting of country-specific characteristics or cross-country comparisons. For another, the statistical data can serve as model input for energy system modeling.



Depending on internal_id[5]

Spatial resolution:




Internal ID:

internal_id_type[1] = 51: Final energy sector
internal_id[1] = 2: industry
internal_id[1] = 3: services
internal_id[1] = 4: private households
internal_id[1] = 5: transport

internal_id_type[2] = 16: Energy carrier
internal_id[2] = 11: natural-gas
internal_id[2] = 14: waste
internal_id[2] = 15: oil
internal_id[2] = 20: coal
internal_id[2] = 21: gas
internal_id[2] = 71: district heating
internal_id[2] = 72: electricity
internal_id[2] = 335: Fuel oil (ISI)
internal_id[2] = 336: Other fossil fuels (ISI)
internal_id[2] = 339: Coal (ISI)
internal_id[2] = 341: Waste non-RES (ISI)

internal_id_type[5] = 97: CO2 Emissions
internal_id[5] = 1: absolute CO2 emissions in t CO2
internal_id[5] = 3: CO2 emissions per capita in kg CO2/capita

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Publication date:

2020-10-26 (updated on 2022-05-20)

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© FfE, eXtremOS Project


FFE-157 20


Final CO2 Emissions per Sector and Energy Source (Europe NUTS-0):; München: Forschungsstelle für Energiewirtschaft e. V. (FfE), 2020.