Deliverable 2.5

30 national summary briefs of national energy supply and demand.

Charlotte Louise Jensen, Inge Røpke, Gary Goggins, Frances Fahy, Eimear Heaslip, Marko Hajdinjak, Mathias Bouuaert, Tomislav Tkalec, Lidija Zivcic, Renda Bellmallem, Kristjan Čoklc, Camille Gomes, Edina Vadovics, Kristóf Vadovics, Jozsef Slezak, Gergö Horvath, Szandra Szomor, Marfuga Iskandarova, Audley Genus, Eoin Grealis & 9 others Annika Musch, Henrike Rau, Eva Heiskanen, Senja Laakso, Jari Kolehmainen, EevaLotta ´ Apajalathi , Julia Backhaus, Laure Dobigny, Marlyne Sahakian

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Abstract

This document (ENERGISE D2.5) provides an overview of national energy and supply dynamics across 30 European countries. The Deliverable encompasses reviews of the current state of the art and existing trends in national energy policies, energy systems and energy campaigns in each of the 30 countries. To enhance accessibility and engagement with the material, the information gathered is presented in 30 independent National Briefs. This format also permits follow on cross country comparison. For example, an analysis of the data presented in this comprehensive document reveals large variations across Europe in relation to final energy consumption for households (MWh/capita), shares of fuel in final residential energy consumption and residential final energy consumption by type of end-use. However, there are also interesting similarities across the continent, i.e. in energy consumption patterns for space heating. This collection of national briefs is an extremely useful resource for researchers and policy makers alike. In addition to providing an overview of the quantitative data per country, this collection delves deeper and provides relevant context and discussion which can assist when exploring how these variations and similarities occur. Specifically, the briefs provide contextual overviews of particular socio-material aspects at play in each country that may influence energy consumption levels, as well as insights into national (and in some cases regional) energy policies, including how energy consumption is understood and targeted. Finally building on from work conducted as part of Deliverables 2.1 and 2.4, this collection includes 30 case study examples, overviewing one sustainable energy consumption initiative (SECI) from each country. These in-depth examples were selected as they have been identified as cases which highlight understanding energy consumption as an outcome of everyday life dynamics and complex interactions between multiple actors, institutions and infrastructural aspects. These SECIs will provide good practice examples for those interested in firstly understanding socio-material aspects of energy consumption and subsequently incorporating these aspects into future targets and strategies.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages375
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2018

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Jensen, C. L., Røpke, I., Goggins, G., Fahy, F., Heaslip, E., Hajdinjak, M., ... Sahakian, M. (2018). Deliverable 2.5: 30 national summary briefs of national energy supply and demand.
Jensen, Charlotte Louise ; Røpke, Inge ; Goggins, Gary ; Fahy, Frances ; Heaslip, Eimear ; Hajdinjak, Marko ; Bouuaert, Mathias ; Tkalec, Tomislav ; Zivcic, Lidija ; Bellmallem, Renda ; Čoklc, Kristjan ; Gomes, Camille ; Vadovics, Edina ; Vadovics, Kristóf ; Slezak, Jozsef ; Horvath, Gergö ; Szomor, Szandra ; Iskandarova, Marfuga ; Genus, Audley ; Grealis, Eoin ; Musch, Annika ; Rau, Henrike ; Heiskanen, Eva ; Laakso, Senja ; Kolehmainen, Jari ; Apajalathi , EevaLotta ´ ; Backhaus, Julia ; Dobigny, Laure ; Sahakian, Marlyne. / Deliverable 2.5 : 30 national summary briefs of national energy supply and demand. 2018. 375 p.
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