The worldwide increasing energy consumption is connected with many problems. For example, the combustion of fossil raw materials – such as coal, crude oil, and natural gas – contributes to an increase in climate-damaging carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere. The environmental and climate impact associated with the use of energy requires – in addition to a switch to low-emission technologies – a limitation of energy consumption.

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The development of energy consumption and the associated CO2 emissions depends on various factors. These include, for example, population growth, economic development, availability and price development of energy sources, technological development, energy efficiency, environmental requirements and seasonal temperature developments.

How energy consumption and CO2 emissions in Berlin develop over a certain period of time can be seen in the annual energy and CO2 balance for Berlin. In this balance sheet, the emergence, conversion and use of energy sources in the consumption sectors for one year are documented in as much detail and as completely as possible. The comprehensive balance sheet for Berlin is prepared under the responsibility of the Berlin-Brandenburg Office of Statistics and published on the Internet; for comparison with other German states, the key figures are available at http://www.lak-energiebilanzen.de. The balance sheet is drawn up according to uniform nationwide methods. The binding coordination for this is carried out by the State Working Group on Energy Balances, which includes the responsible representatives of the statistical offices of the individual states. The CO2 balance is derived from the energy balance.