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04727: Balance of district heating (GWh) 1983 - 2023

Ann Christin Bøeng, Statistics Norway
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2024-05-13 08:00
Balance of district heating:
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Includes district heating delivered to industries in own enterprices. Svalbard is included from 1996. There is a change in the usergroups from 2017, and due to that, the figures are not completely comparable from 2016 to 2017.

district heating

Delivered to consumers

Additionally it has been delivered district heating from the plant on Svalbard (GWh-year): 58,5-2020, 64,8-2019; 60,2-2018; 64,9-2017; 56,8-2016;