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Germany: Electricity and Heat for 2011

ElectricityHeat
- coalMjcyMzgwMTUzNDY0
- oilNzE2Mg==NTEwMg==
- gasODcyMjk=MjIxODE3
- biofuelsMzI4NDY=MjExNzE=
- wasteMTExNTY=NTg5Mjk=
- nuclearMTA3OTcxMA==
- hydro*MjM1MTE=MA==
- geothermalMTk=NTE=
- solar PVMTk1OTk=MA==
- solar thermalMA==MA==
- windNDg4ODM=MA==
- tideMA==MA==
- other sourcesMjMxMg==NjcwMw==
Total productionNjEzMDY4NDY3MjM3
ImportsNTEwMDM=MA==
ExportsLTU0NzY4LTIzOA==
Domestic supplyNjA5MzAzNDY2OTk5
Statistical differencesMA==MA==
Transformation**MA==MA==
Electricity plantsMA==MA==
Heat plants***MA==MA==
Energy industry own use****NTg5NTg=MTE0ODM=
LossesMjQ3OTk=MzUzMzQ=
Final consumptionNTI1NTQ2NDIwMTgy
IndustryMjI5ODA1MTY5NDk2
TransportMTIxNTE=MA==
ResidentialMTM2NjAwMTY0MzQ3
Commercial and public servicesMTQ2OTkwODYzMzk=
Agriculture / forestryMA==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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