Here are some key statistics on Finland’s total energy consumption. Graphs will be updated in April 2023 when the annual data of 2022 is released. The last graph, illustrating electricity production, is already based on data from 2022.

Image 1. The share of renewable energy sources of the total energy consumption in Finland was 42.1% in 2021. Fossil fuels and peat accounted for 34.3% of the total consumption, and nuclear energy for 18.2%. In 2021, net imports were 4.7% of the total energy consumption.

The image shows Finland's total energy consumption in 2021.

Image 2. In 2020s, renewable energy sources surpassed fossil fuels in Finland’s total energy production. In 2021, the difference between the share of renewable energy and share of fossil fuels grew to 8 percentage points.

The image shows the total energy consumption by energy source from 1970.

Image 3. In 2021, the share of industry of the final energy consumption of Finland was 45.3%. In EU comparison, the share is quite high. Heating accounted for 27.0% and transport for 15.4% of the final energy consumption.

The image shows the final energy consumption by sector in 2021.

Image 4. In Finland, 89% of electricity was fossil free in 2022.

The image shows Finland's electricity production in 2022.