MONTHLY ELECTRICITY STATISTICS, January 2008 - 1
OECD Total
TWh
  Jan/08 Jan/07 The last 3 months Year-to-Date Past Year
      % change   Oct/07   Nov/07   Dec/07   Jan/08   % change   2007   2007
             
+ Combustible Fuels 594.8   6.7%   552.5 545.3 583.3   594.8 6.7%   6 566   64.1%
+ Nuclear 204.0   -0.2%   175.6 177.5 195.0   204.0 -0.2%   2 185   21.3%
+ Hydro 118.0   -2.7%   94.8 98.9 107.1   118.0 -2.7%   1 305   12.7%
+ Geoth./Wind/Solar/Other 17.2   9.8%   15.5 16.2 16.4   17.2 9.8%   182   1.8%
= Indigenous Production 934.0   3.9%   838.6 837.8 901.8   934.0 3.9%   10 239   100.0%
+ Imports 35.1   4.9%   32.4 33.8 34.4   35.1 4.9%   406   4.0%
- Exports 36.5   6.0%   32.5 32.5 33.8   36.5 6.0%   406   4.0%
             
                                 
= Electricity Supplied 932.6   3.9%   838.6 839.0 902.4   932.6 3.9%   10 240   100.0%
                                 
                  Period Date            
- Electricity production was 934.0 TWh in January 2008.
- This was higher by 35.1 TWh, or 3.9 %, compared to January 2007.
- This was an increase of 32.2 TWh, or 3.6 %, compared to the previous month.
- Hydro production showed the most significant percentage change compared to the previous month with
an increase of 10.2 %, or 10.9 TWh.
- Total production for the year-to-date was 934.0 TWh. Comparing this to the same period last year shows that:
- Total production was higher by 35.1 TWh, or 3.9 %.
- Geoth./Wind/Solar/Other production showed the largest percentage change by fuel type, being 9.8 % higher.
- Trade volume increased by 3.7 TWh, or 5.5 %.
Electricity Production Compared to Previous Year 'Year to Date' Comparison of Production by Fuel Type
COUNTRY NOTES:
OECD includes Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain,
Sweden, Norway, Poland, the Slovak Republic, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
OECD/IEA, 2008                               INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY