4. Energy (NFR sector 1)

Last updated on 24 Jan 2013 17:05 by Kevin Hausmann

Energy and heat generation constitute the most important sources of emissions in Germany. This holds true for almost every pollutant (a prominent exception of this rule being ammonia from agriculture). Consequently, this section will look into the sub-sectors making up the NFR 1 - Energy sector with great detail. For overview information on key activity statistics and the basis for fuel based estimates please refer to the Methods and Data Sources section.

NFR 1 - Energy consists of the following sub-categories:

NFR-Code Name of category
1.A Fuel Combustion Activities
1.A.1 Energy Industries
1.A.2 Fuel Combustion Activities in Industries and Construction
1.A.3 Transport
1.A.4 Small Combustion
1.A.5 Other (including Military)
1.B Fugitive Emissions
1.B.1 Solid Fuels
1.B.2 Oil and Natural Gas
1.B.3 Geothermal Energy

Visual overview

Chart showing emission trends for main pollutants in NFR 1 - Energy:

The following pie charts show the contribution of the six general NFR sectors to the national total emisson. The data is displayed by pollutant and for the latest reporting year. Click any chart to enlarge.

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