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Energy demand – Energy Country Profile

Energy Demand

Lithuania’s total energy consumption has been increasing by 2%/year since 2015 and it reached 7.6 Mtoe. The energy consumption of Lithuania can be divided into the following energy percentages: oil (39 %), gas (24 %), electricity imports (14 %), hydro and wind (2%) and coal & lignite (3 %). Before phasing out the nuclear power, the main energy source was nuclear (accounted for around 1/3 of the consumption).

Source: www.enerdata.net

Buildings (households & services)  account for 32% of consumption (44% in 2000), transport 33% (up from 23% in 2000), industry 17% (stable since 2000), and non-energy uses (mainly fertiliser production) 18% (2019).

Source: www.enerdata.net

Last update: 03 2021