KTOE


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KTOEKilotonne of Oil Equivalent
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Unit/year 1990 1995 Primary energy supply kTOE 9733 11022 Hydropower share kTOE 133 132 % 1.37 1.20 2000 2005 2010 2015 Primary energy supply 13462 17243 20663 25968 Hydropower share 184 153 232 181 1.37 0.89 1.23 0.70 Source: [12].
inputs Capital (million U.S2005$) K 2884690.73 6755249 Labour (million people) L 36.77 103.11 Energy (ktoe) E 102473.8 228512.7 Materials (tons) M 347359.5 989507.7 Variable held constant i.e.
LPG consumption was down by 6% between late April 2015 and late April 2016 to 215 ktoe.
Close to 1 000 ktoe of biofuel have already been burned in Lithuania in 2011-2012.
According to the Study, construction of new hydropower plants with an annual generation of about 2500 GWh (215 ktoe) is planned, which would make the total production reach a level of 4000 GWh (344 ktoe) or 71 percent of the available technical potential.
E-RES E-RES production consumption (ktoe) (ktoe) 2014 1975 2064 2015 2089 2236 2016 2223 2322 2017 2286 2408 2018 2370 2442 2019 2428 2485 2020 2506 2506 Source: Author, data from "Raport de progres al Romaniei privind promovarea si utilizarea energiei din surse regenerabile, in conformitate cu Art.
For each energy source, the plan should provide: the installed power, in MW; the total energy produced in a year, in kTOE (TOE stands for ton of oil equivalent); the total cost, in M[euro].
The Republic of Macedonia, as a signatory of the Treaty on Establishing the Energy Community, must achieve a national indicative goal for energy saving of at least 9 percent in 2018, in relation to the basic consumption measured as the average consumption in the period of five years, from 2002 to 2006, namely saving of at least 147 ktoe (kilotonne of oil equivalent) (or around 1710 GWh) in 2018.
According to the Ministry of Energy's estimation, under Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP 2012-2021), it has been found that in 2021, the demand for energy in Thailand will increase from 71,728 ktoe (kilo tonnes of oil equivalent) today to 99,838 ktoe, or a 39.19 per cent increase.
By the current forecasts, the share of renewable energy should be 25.8 PJ (616 ktoe) in the Hungarian transport sector by 2020.