Belarus Energy Profile | glObserver Global Economics


Energy sources () Installed power generation capacity (2008): 8,247МW. Its total primary energy supply in 2007 amounted to 28,048ktoe. Most of the demand for primary energy is satisfied by imports from the Russian Federation.

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Its total primary energy supply in 2007 amounted to 28,048ktoe. Most of the demand for primary energy is satisfied by imports from the Russian Federation. Domestic energy sources – crude oil, biomass (mainly wood), peat, coal, natural gas, and hydropower – satisfy only 13% of demand. Crude oil and natural gas are the main energy sources. Fossil fuels, including their use for petroleum derivatives, account for 95% of country’s primary energy. Renewable energy sources (RES) do not constitute a significant part of the energy supply.

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