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Production and consumption of energy, energy balance and energy account

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11564: The overall renewable energy share for Norway and the transport target 2004 - 2019

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1. Renewable electricity generation with normalized hydro- and wind generation (GWh)

In calculating the contribution of hydro and wind power, the effects of climatic variations is smoothened through the use of a normalisaton rule.

2. Total gross electricity consumption (GWh)

Total electricity production + imports - exports - production from pumped hydro.

3. Renewable energy for heating and cooling (GWh)

Final renewable energy consumption in all sectors but transport, except electricity- and heat consumption. Production of renewable district heating and energy from heat pumps is included.

4. Total energy for heating and cooling (GWh)

Includes total energy consumption in all sectors but transport, except electricity consumption. Renewable energy from heat pumps is added.

5. Gross final consumption (GWh)

Includes total energy consumption, distribution losses for electriciy and heat, and consumption of heat and electriciy in district heating and electricity production.

7. Statistical transfers to be added (GWh)

Transfers from the joint electricity certificate market with Sweden.