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Energy use in industry

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Energy use in industry illustrates the use of energy and electricity in industry in quantities and values for each type of industry as well as each type of fuel. The users of the statistics are the Swedish Energy Agency, Statistics Sweden’s National Accounts and Environmental Statistics, the Ministry of Finance, the EU, OECD and others.

Instructions

Suitable respondents at your workplace would be persons responsible for the environment or energy. The report should include the workplace's purchased quantities and purchase value for the fuel that has been used during the given reporting year. 

Information to report may be heating of premises, fuel used in production processes, fuel for transport with your own/leased vehicles and electricity use. Fuel used as intermediate goods/raw materials should not be reported.

Time plan

The survey takes place annually. A letter with information about user ID and password is sent out at the end of February every year. 

Publishing of the results

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Legal Information

The obligation to provide information is mandatory for this survey according to the Official Statistics Act (2001:99). The statistics for this survey are also regulated according to the Official Statistics Ordinance (2001:100) and the Swedish Energy Agency's regulations (STEMFS 2016:5). The Swedish Energy Agency’s regulation STEMFS 2016:5 will be replaced with a new regulation during March 2020.

Read more at energimyndigheten.se

The information you submit is protected according to Chapter 24 Section 8 of the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act (2009:400). When the information is published, no single enterprise will be able to be identified.

Rules on handling personal data are contained in the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, the Official Statistics Act (2001:99) and the Official Statistics Ordinance (2001:100). In addition, there are rules in the Act on supplementary provisions to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (2018:218) and in regulations issued in association with the Act.

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