Energy Consumption per Capita in the CEE regions


The larger regions Mazovian Voivodeship (PL) and Bucuresti–Ilfov (RO) show a lower final energy consumption per capita than the most other regions. This fact is not surprising as the energy consumed by general infrastructure and economic activities are communally shared by a larger size of population.

On the other hand, this trend cannot be observed comparing the other size groups. A possible explanation is that these regions are quite different in economic activity, which proves to be a larger influencing factor than population.

Most of the regions are in the area of the EU-28 average (25,000 kWh/cap).

The full report on Energy Efficiency Situation of Central and Eastern European Regions can be downloaded HERE.