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Italy and its regions

In 2014 Italian northern regions recorded values higher than the national average for all three energy indicators, with some exceptions.
In more detail, values of electricity consumption per capita lower than the national average were recorded in 2014 in the regions of the South and Island area, as well as in Liguria, Lazio and Marche, with the sole exception of Sardegna.Consumption in mountain regions was markedly higher than the national average, particularly in Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Valle d'Aosta.

The value of generation/population ratio reached values higher than the national average both in the North and in the South and Island areas, while it was much more restrained in the Centre.

An analysis of trends in the development of electricity generation from renewable energy sources in individual regions highlights a quantity of energy generated that was higher than internal demand in Valle d'Aosta and in the autonomous provinces of Trento and Bolzano compared to the previous year. Among regions of the North, in 2014, only Piemonte showed a share of gross domestic electricity consumption covered by renewable energy sources higher than the national average. In the Centre the consistent shares of consumption covered by renewable energy sources recorded in Umbria and Toscana were very different from the low values showed in Lazio. In the South and Islands area, among the regions with the highest indicator values, there were Molise and Calabria.