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Renewable energy in the hands of the people
Ownership distribution of installed RE capacity for power production in Germany in 2019
Primary Energy Consumption in Germany Development 2005-2020
The primary energy consumption amounted to 3,250 billion kilowatt hours in 2020.
The German electricity mix in 2020
Renewables provided 251 kilowatt-hours of electricity, thereby 44 percent of the demand.
Share of renewable energy in Germany's final energy consumption 1990-2020
The share of renewables in Germany's electricity, heating and transport secor is increasing since 1990.
Acceptance Survey 2019
Our annual survey shows the overwhelming public support for renewable energy in Germany.
Infographic dossier: Final energy consumption by sectors in Germany
Heating and cooling constitute half of the German energy consumption in 2018.
Biomass production and land usage in Germany
This graphic dossier shows the german biomass production from 2005 to 2017 as well as the total usage of german land in 2016.
Infographic dossier: Share of renewable energy in final energy consumption in the EU
Development of the share of renewable energy in EU final energy consumption from 2005 to 2017.
Flexibility guarantees grid stability
How can excess production and shortfalls from renewable energy sources be compensated for?
CO2 emissions from the German power sector
The power sector has reduced its CO2 emissions from 1990 to 2017.
Acceptance Survey 2018
The growth of renewable energy continues to be of great importance to the German population.
Sector coupling and the importance of biomass in the sectors
Sector coupling facilitates the use of electricity in the heating and transport sector.