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Derived energy


Definition:
The sum of derived energy commodities. These are commodities generated in the energy transformation processes. Derived energy commodities included in the national energy balance are: coal briquettes (including briquettes from coal reclaimed from mine tips and smokeless fuel), lignite briquettes, coke oven products (coke, semi-coke, coke-oven gas, tar, benzol etc.), refinery petroleum products (petrols, jet fuels, diesel oils, fuel oils, semi-products, i.e. petrols and as well as non-energy commodities such as asphalts etc.), gas fuels from technological processes (top gas, generator gas, low temperature oven gas), gas waste fuels, electricity, heat.

Source:
  • Directive 2008/92/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2008 concerning a Community procedure to improve the transparency of gas and electricity prices charged to industrial end-users (recast) Text with EEA relevance
    Place of publication: Dz. Urz. UE L 298 z 7.11.2008, str. 9—19

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