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Administrative

SW-1: Programme for Improving Energy Efficiency in Energy-Intensive Industries (PFE)

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SW-2: EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS)

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SW-3: Ecodesign Directive

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SW-4: Energy Efficiency Directive

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SW-5: Environmental Taxes on Fuels

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SW-6: Energy Audit Financial Support

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SW-7: Technology Procurement

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Main Industry Characteristics

In Sweden, industry makes up 37% of total final energy consumption (2010 data from IEA Energy Balances 2012). Of this share, about 80% is consumed by the energy-intensive sectors. The major energy-intensive industries in Sweden are the pulp and paper and iron and steel sub-sectors.

National Gross Domestic Product: 2,880,732.00 (mln Euro) Compare all Countries

Sectoral Contribution

Sector mln Euro
Agriculture, hunting and fishing 53,316.00
Commercial 707,726.00
Construction 158,475.00
Energy 135,867.00
Manufacturing 473,069.00
Other Services 788,448.00
Trade, Transport 563,831.00
TOTAL 2,880,732.00
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2010 [1]

Final Energy Consumption: 34,109.00 (ktoe) Compare all Countries

Sectoral Contribution

Sector ktoe
Agriculture, forestry, fishing 682.00
Construction 142.00
Manufacturing 12,504.00
Mining & quarrying 423.00
Other 8.00
Residential 7,558.00
Services 4,979.00
Transport 7,813.00
TOTAL 34,109.00
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2010 [2]

Sub-sector Contribution to Manufacturing Industry

Sector ktoe
Chemicals 571.00
Equipment & machinery 631.00
Food & tobacco 412.00
Iron & steel 2,024.00
Non-ferrous metals 273.00
Non-metallic minerals 417.00
Other manufacturing 844.00
Paper, pulp & print 6,715.00
Textile & leather 30.00
Wood 587.00
TOTAL 12,504.00
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2010 [2]

Primary Energy Consumption: 44,389.00 (ktoe) Compare all Countries

Sectoral Contribution

Sector ktoe
Agriculture, forestry, fishing 770.50
Construction 256.20
Manufacturing 16,044.80
Mining & quarrying 634.50
Other 8.00
Residential 11,111.60
Services 7,583.90
Transport 7,979.50
TOTAL 44,389.00
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2010 [2]

Sub-sector Contribution to Manufacturing Industry

Sector ktoe
Chemicals 911.20
Equipment & machinery 1,037.90
Food & tobacco 589.70
Iron & steel 2,200.10
Non-ferrous metals 438.70
Non-metallic minerals 489.40
Other manufacturing 1,160.00
Paper, pulp & print 8,434.40
Textile & leather 42.90
Wood 740.60
TOTAL 16,044.90
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2010 [2]

Direct CO2 Emissions Only: 101.70 (Mt) Compare all Countries

Sectoral Contribution

Sector Mt
Agriculture, forestry & fishing 2.20
Autoproducers 6.70
Construction 0.00
Manufacturing 31.10
Mining & quarrying 0.60
Other 0.00
Other Energy Industries 3.50
Public electricity & heat 29.00
Residential 3.50
Services 2.20
Transport 22.90
TOTAL 101.70
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2010 [3]

Sub-sector Contribution to Manufacturing Industry

Sector Mt
Chemicals 0.40
Equipment & machinery 0.40
Food & tobacco 0.60
Iron & steel 5.20
Non-ferrous metals 0.20
Non-metallic minerals 1.10
Other energy industries 3.50
Other manufacturing 0.40
Paper & printing 20.90
Textile & leather 0.00
Wood 1.80
TOTAL 34.50
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2010 [3]

References

[1] OECD statistics: http://stats.oecd.org/index.aspx

[2] IEA Energy Statistics © OECD/International Energy Agency, 2012. IEA Energy Balances.

[3] Calculated based on: IEA energy data (IEA Energy Statistics © OECD/International Energy Agency, 2012. IEA Energy Balances) x IPCC emission factors (IPCC, 2006)