Summary european landscape

Information based on provisional data as of January 2024

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The purpose of this section is to establish a comparison between the European countries belonging to ENTSO-E in the different aspects of the electricity system. For this purpose, public information available on the ENTSO-E Transparency Platform has been used. This information is protected under Regulation (EU) No 543/2013, which establishes common and homogeneous criteria that must be used by all member countries. Therefore, there may be some discrepancies with the rest of the sections for the specific case of Spain, where consolidated data on measures with national scope are used.

In 2023, demand for the ENTSO-E member countries as a whole has decreased by 3.3 % compared to 2022. On the other hand, renewable generation is becoming increasingly important at the European level, with the percentage of renewable generation in relation to total generation rising from 39.6 % in 2022 to 45.2 % in 2023. In terms of international trade, France is the country with the largest export balance and Italy the largest importer, with 49 TWh and 51 TWh respectively.

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