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Renewable electricity output (% of total electricity output) in Israel

Renewable electricity output (% of total electricity output) in Israel from 1990 to 2014
Date Value Variation
2014 1.51 62.65
2013 0.931150321255015 21.21
2012 0.76821738647366 52.31
2011 0.504365019521105 73.83
2010 0.290146950896895 61.22
2009 0.179973821989529 220.59
2008 0.0561383811094348 25.82
2007 0.0446162998215348 -9.77
2006 0.0494481585505756 -38.38
2005 0.0802436113740175 -2.72

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Main Electric Power Generation Indicators

  • Electricity Generation

    Gross or net amount of electricity produced, usually expressed in gigawatt hours and measured as gross electricity production or net electricity production. Gross electricity generation refers to the total amount of electrical energy produced by transforming other forms of energy, for example fossil fuels, nuclear power or renewable energy sources. Net electricity generation is equal to gross electricity generation minus the amount used to operate the station. Based on: Eurostat.

  • Electricity Capacity

    Maximum net or gross electric output an electricity generator can produce at continuous full-power operation, usually expressed in megawatt, gigawatt or watthours. It may also be measured in ratio of actual electricity generated to the energy that could have been generated at continuous full-power operation. Gross electricity generation refers to the total amount of electrical energy produced by transforming other forms of energy, for example fossil fuels, nuclear power or renewable energy sources. Net electricity generation is equal to gross electricity generation minus the amount used to operate the station. Based on: U.S. Energy Information Administration.

  • Coal Fired Generation

  • Gas Power Capacity

  • Oil Fired Generation