A large portion of Europe has set the objective of utilizing renewable energy sources instead of highly polluting fossil fuels. here is brief overview on energy usage per country in Europe .
Using information from BP’s most recent annual report, our chart provides a current picture of the energy environment in Europe. It demonstrates that although energy sources vary somewhat within the bloc, fossil fuels continue to account for the lion’s share of the energy sources on which the continent depends the most. France stands out for using nuclear energy, while Denmark relies heavily on renewable resources, primarily wind energy, as exceptions to the rule.
Renewable Energy usage in Europe
The only nations in Europe that primarily rely on hydropower are Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Despite the fact that this is also a form of renewable energy, BP separates it off because of the harm that large-scale hydropower projects cause to the environment. Hydropower accounts for more than 60% of the energy supply in Iceland and Norway.
Energy usage per country in Europe
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