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Carbon dioxide tax by industry 2008–2018

Current prices, SEK million

NACE 2 Industry 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
  Total 25 639 26 085 27 334 25 369 25 243 24 031 23 333 24 604 24 139 23 530 22 983
A01-F43 Producers of goods 5 622 5 775 6 411 6 119 6 325 5 996 5 939 6 808 6 975 6 761 6 892
A01-A03 Agriculture,forestry, fishing 1 263 1 328 1 402 1 547 1 604 1 689 1 627 2 062 1 671 1 643 1 533
B05-B09 Mineral extract 129 110 140 138 154 153 176 314 458 483 495
C10-C33 Manufacturing industry 1 770 1 684 1 808 1 701 1 754 1 492 1 593 1 716 1 967 2 026 2 141
D35-E39 Electricity, gas, steam and air ; conditioning, water supply, waste 391 532 746 546 558 492 477 545 742 553 768
F41-F43 Construction 2 069 2 121 2 315 2 187 2 255 2 169 2 065 2 170 2 137 2 056 1 955
G45-U99 Producers of services 8 402 8 208 8 895 8 280 7 916 7 357 6 917 6 868 6 497 6 304 6 017
G45-G47 Wholesale and retail trade 1 735 1 675 1 804 1 775 1 671 1 578 1 482 1 500 1 469 1 428 1 406
H49-H53 Transport and storage 4 624 4 420 4 796 4 360 4 145 3 791 3 533 3 418 3 134 3 020 2 808
I55-I56 Hotels and restaurants 86 90 97 88 87 85 82 85 84 83 79
J58-J63 Information and communication 172 172 168 164 152 142 132 128 122 117 113
K64-K66 Financial services and insurance activities 77 83 100 85 96 89 84 89 90 93 85
L68 Real estate activities 279 283 337 260 247 218 223 220 217 207 197
M69-N82 Professional, scientific, technical and admin. activities 974 1 015 1 091 1 061 1 044 1 001 943 981 948 936 926
O84-Q88 Public service and military, education, health and social work activities 157 167 173 167 167 161 154 160 156 151 147
R90-U99 Personal and art services 298 304 328 320 307 293 285 286 277 270 256
  Governmnent 869 975 935 834 865 758 733 768 747 745 667
  NPISH 22 22 24 22 23 22 21 22 21 20 19
  Household consumption 10 724 11 104 11 068 10 114 10 115 9 898 9 722 10 139 9 899 9 700 9 388

Comments

The energy related taxes are distributed to industries based on calculations of their use of energy products. This is combined with information on tax rates and tax exceptions in the calculation.

Definitions and explanations

The used definition of an environmental tax was elaborated by Eurostat and OECD and makes comparable studies possible between different countries;

"...it has been chosen to single out the tax base that seem to have a particular environmental relevance, and to consider all taxes levied on these tax bases as environmentally related regardless of motives behind their introduction, their names etc."

According to the definition it is the tax base that determines whether or not the tax is an environmental tax.

More about the results

Source
SCB

Last updated
2020-10-06

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