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Brazil: Electricity and Heat for 2010

ElectricityHeat
- coalMTEzMzg=MA==
- oilMTYwNjU=MA==
- gasMzY0NzU=MA==
- biofuelsMzE0OTU=MA==
- wasteMA==MA==
- nuclearMTQ1MjM=MA==
- hydro*NDAzMjg5MA==
- geothermalMA==MA==
- solar PVMA==MA==
- solar thermalMA==MA==
- windMjE3Nw==MA==
- tideMA==MA==
- other sourcesMzgzMjg1NQ==
Total productionNTE1NzQ1Mjg1NQ==
ImportsMzU5MDY=MA==
ExportsLTEyNTc=MA==
Domestic supplyNTUwMzk0Mjg1NQ==
Statistical differencesNTM=MA==
Transformation**MA==Mjg1NQ==
Electricity plantsMA==Mjg1NQ==
Heat plants***MA==MA==
Energy industry own use****MjY4Mzg=MA==
LossesODU3NDc=MA==
Final consumptionNDM3ODYyMA==
IndustryMjAzMzUwMA==
TransportMTY2Mg==MA==
ResidentialMTA4NDU3MA==
Commercial and public servicesMTA2Njk3MA==
Agriculture / forestryMTc2OTY=MA==
FishingMA==MA==
Other non-specifiedMA==MA==

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* Includes production from pumped storage plants.
** Transformation includes electricity used by heat pumps and electricity used by electric boilers.
*** Heat shown in this row represents waste heat bought from other industries that is generated from combustible fuels.
**** Energy industry own use also includes own use by plant and electricity used for pumped storage.

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