Energy in Estonia
Electricity production in Estonia is largely dependent on fossil fuels. In 2007, more than 90% of power was generated from oil shale. The Estonian energy company Eesti Energia owns the largest oil shale-fuelled power plants in the world, Narva Power Plants.
| Mtoe = 11.63 TWh . Prim. energy includes energy losses
2012R = CO2 calculation criteria changed, numbers updated
|EU and Estonia Wind Energy Capacity (MW)|
Since February 2013, Estonia has for the population of 1.3 million a network of 165 "fast chargers" for electric cars.
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