Statistics and Data

ENTSO-E produces several statistical reports, which provide timely and consistent data on power systems of member TSOs:

Monthly Statistics – This report is produces monthly and provides basic figures on power systems of member TSOs – including production, consumption and cross-border exchanges.​

Electricity in Europe –​ This report provides early analysis in text and graphics of the major provisional ​electricity transmission statistics and trends from the previous year, in advance of the definitive Yearly Statistics & Adequacy Retrospect report.

Yearly Statistics and Adequacy Retrospect (YS & AR) - This report provides a wide range of yearly figures on member transmission system operators’ power systems – including production, consumption, cross-border exchanges and network components.

Statistical Factsheet - A general publication that compiles updated essential information and data on ENTSO-E and its 41 member TSOs in a handy format.

Disclaimer

To report on those cases where the situation of a given country does not match the definitions provided on the ENTSO-E Metadata Repository, a document on specific national considerations is made available. This includes specifications relating to the geographical perimeter (when data is collected on a perimeter that does not exactly correspond to the perimeter of the country), representativity (when the data delivered does not represent 100% of a given geographical perimeter, but only a part of it), and other aspects concerning quality, availability and interpretation of data.

The document is updated on a regular basis, the last version dates of 19 December 2014 and can be viewed from the link below:

Specific national considerations


Monthly Statistics Reports

ENTSO-E’s Monthly Statistics provide basic figures on power systems of member TSOs, including production, consumption and cross-border exchanges.

The Monthly Statistics reports are the basis for the Yearly Statistics & Adequacy Retrospect Report. The reports feature monthly data concerning the following points:

  • Electricity supply situation per country
  • Electricity supply representation per country
  • Physical energy flows
  • Overview of the detailed physical energy flows
  • Load flows (night & day)
  • Unavailability of international tie lines (major events)
  • Network reliability (major events)
  • Highest and lowest load on the 3rd Wednesday
  • Load diagrams on the 3rd Wednesday
  • Water reservoir Nordic
​Monthly Statistics
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2015-01 [D]​​2014-012013-01​​2012-012011-01
2015-02 [D]​​2014-022013-022012-022011-02
​​2015-03 [D]​2014-03 [D]​​2013-032012-032011-03
​​2015-0​4 [D]​2014-04 [D]​​2013-042012-042011-04
2015-05 [D]​​​2014-05 [D]​​2013-052012-052011-05
2015-06​​ [​D]​​2014-06 [D]​​2013-062012-062011-06
2015-07​​ [D]​​​2014-07 [D]​​2013-072012-072011-07
​​2015-08​​​ [D]​​​2014-08 ​[D]​​2013-082012-082011-08
​​2015-0​9 [D]​2014-09 ​[D]​2013-092012-09​​2011-09
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2014-12 [D]​2013-122012-122011-12
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Electricity in Europe

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Electricity in Europe provides a brief analysis in text and graphics of the major provisional electricity transmission statistics and trends from the previous year.

As part of the set of Statistical publications, Electricity in Europe delivers an early overview of the annual statistics, well in advance of the definit​ive Yearly Statistics & Adequacy Retrospect report, to meet demand for earlier information.

The three main categories covered are: Electricity consumpti​​on, generation and cross-border exchanges across the ENTSO-E system.

Access the full suite of ENTSO-E Statistical publicatio​​ns through the right-hand side menu links, or visit the Statistics Publications summary page.​


Yearly Statistics & Adequacy Retrospect

The YS&AR report has been replaced by the Mid Term Adequacy Forecast. All data can be found in report and dataset.​

View MAF

​​​​​​​​The ENTSO-E Yearly Statistics & Adequacy Retrospect (YS&AR) is a statistical report presenting the key features of Europe’s electricity market with graphics and charts. It provides a wide range of definitive data and figures on ENTSO-E member transmission system operators’ power systems – including production, consumption, cross-border exchanges and network components.

The YS&AR is issued once the data is definitive and complements two other ENTSO-E statistical publications, Electricity in Europe and the Statistical Factsheet, which are based on provisional data.

The YS&AR is published together with all the background data used in separate spreadsheets making it a very useful tool for stakeholders. It comes in addition to ENTSO-E’s data portal which makes already a lot of information available for the public and interested parties.

The first edition of the YS&AR was published in 2013 covering the year 2012. It combined and replaced two former ENTSO-E reports, the Statistical Yearbook and the System Adequacy Retrospect.

The third edition was released on 5 February 2016.

Download 2014 Report Download 2014 Background Data

Previous Editions

As and from 2012, the System Adequacy Retrospect has been merged with the Statistical Yearbook, to become the Yearly Statistics & Adequacy Retrospect (YS&AR).


Statistical Yearbooks

The ENTSO-E Statistical Yearbook provides a wide range of the previous years’ figures on power systems of member TSOs, including production, consumption, cross-border exchanges and network components. The Yearbook also aggregates data from the monthly statistical reports. The first Yearbook with data encompassing all of ENTSO-E’s members for certain data sets was published in 2009. All previous Yearbooks encompass only data sets of the Continental European synchronous area (former UCTE).

The last edition of the Statistical Yearbook (2011) was published in 2012.

Since 2013, both the Statistical Yearbook and the System Adequacy Retrospect were merged and replaced by a new report, the Yearly Statistics & Adequacy Retrospect.

Statistical Yearbook 2011

Statistical Yearbook 2011
Table of contents and introduction
ENTSO-E Net generation, Exchanges and Consumption
Yearly values / Operation Physical exchanges
System information
Glossary of statistical terms
Load values - Diagrams

Statistical Yearbook 2010 Statistical Yearbook 2010
Table of contents and introduction
ENTSO-E Net generation, Exchanges & Consumption
Yearly values / Operation & Physical exchanges
Load values – Diagrams (Excel for detailed load values)
System information
Glossary of statistical terms

Statistical Yearbook 2009

Statistical Yearbook 2009
Content and introduction
ENTSO-E 2009
ENTSO-E RG Continental Europe
Glossary of terms

Statistical Yearbook 2008

Statistical Yearbook 2008
Content and introduction
Monthly values
Load values
System information
Terminology

To access previous editions of the Statistical Yearbook, developed by UCTE, please follow this link.


Statistical Factsheet

The ENTSO-E Statistical Factsheet (previously known as the Memo) provides 16 pages of annually updated essential information and data on ENTSO-E and its 41 member TSOs in a handy format.

The ENTSO-E Statistical Factsheet (previously known as the Memo) provides 16 pages of annually updated essential information and data on ENTSO-E and its 41 member TSOs in a handy format. ​​

​​​ Within this factsheet, you​​ will find the following information:

  • ENTSO-E in figures
  • Generation
  • Physical energy flows
  • Development of exchanges (shows the exchange evolution since ENTSO-E’s inception in 2009)
  • Highest and lowest hourly load value of each country
  • ENTSO-E peak load (uses monthly hourly load values)
  • Grid information (overview of the number of cross-frontier-lines for all voltages of AC lines above or equal to 110kV and all DC lines, and a table of the total number of lines in the ENTSO-E area)
  • ENTSO-E members
  • ENTSO-E structure Please note that the Statistical Factsheets are only available in pdf format for download and not available as hard copy orders.​

Published 11 June 2018

Last updated on 03/07/2018 for a small correction in Physical energy flows in Hungary.

Download the ​ENTSO-E Statistical Factsheet 2017

Earlier Versions:


ENTSO-E On-Line Application Portal for Network Datasets

The datasets represent the power systems of the ENTSO-E members for future state of the power system, used for long term planning. The available datasets would assist research and innovation projects in the energy sector in Europe by providing a realistic representation of the European power system; allowing users to validate innovative methods and tools for power system analyses.

The datasets become quickly very rich and complex to handle, although expectations are very different, requiring quite simple ore more advanced modelling. The datasets must also comply with legal provisions, regarding grid safety, data publication limitations in all countries and confidentiality of third party (connected customers) involved data. In order to meet users’ expectations and legal requirements, ENTSO-E proposes a step-by-step approach to progressively make more data available while preserving key confidentiality requirements and data quality.

In the process to improve the quality and usability of ENTSO-E datasets, the data will be published in CGMES format with reference documentation regarding the dataset content and capabilities. Each file corresponds to a TSO in CGMES format.

The interconnection data is contained in the boundary file.

For Continental Europe, there are 25 files in CGMES format plus a boundary file. For Baltic Region there is one CGMES file plus a boundary file. While the transparency platform or TYNDP market studies data are downloadable, grid datasets are available to institutions (universities, registered associations, companies, etc.) either as standard material upon simple request; or for more advanced data, upon request, with a specific description and signature of a Non-Disclosure-Agreement.

In this framework, ENTSO-E makes the following datasets available:

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