Macedonia will spend 4.4 percent more energy in 2014 compared to last year. A rise in consumption is projected in all types of energy and energy resources.
The largest rise is expected in natural gas by 38.8 percent and geo-thermal energy by 17.5 percent.
The 2014-2018 Energy Balance projects that the final energy consumption in Macedonia will amount to 76,565 terajoules, which represents an increase by 2.3 percent compared to 2013, whereas primary energy consumption will stand at 118,845 terajoules, i.e. 2.6 percent more than last year.
Domestic sources will provide 57.5 percent of total energy needs, while 42.5 percent are to be secured from import.
Source; Serbia Energy See desk/MK gov