Energizer

I’ve created a tool to visualise the energy data that is recorded by the European statistics agency, eurostat. I’ve given it the working title ‘Energizer’, and unless someone comes up with a better name, it’ll probably stick.

You can play with it too! Just click here to open it in a new tab.

Several options are available for the quantity (e.g. imports, gross energy consumption, input into power plants, or final energy consumption), the unit (e.g. absolute values, relative to population, relative to GDP), and what’s shown on the x-axis for comparison (countries or years).

Here are a few screenshots:

Contribution of renewable energy to Italy's gross energy consumption in multiple years
Contribution of renewable energy to Italy’s gross energy consumption
Contribution of various energy sources to gross energy consumption in European countries in 2014
Contribution of various energy sources to gross energy consumption in European countries in 2014
Per-person final energy consumption in European countries in 2000
Per-person final energy consumption in European countries in 2000

Have a look!

 

2 thoughts on “Energizer”

  1. Better to change the default units to a per person basis (e.g. kW/person) when showing graph for multiple countries, to give more meaningful results.
    Otherwise very impressive! 🙂

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