Less electricity produced from nuclear energy
A total of 15.4% of electricity in Germany was produced from nuclear energy in 2013. In 2010, that is, before the nuclear accident in Fukushima, the proportion was still much higher (22.2%). This is shown by provivional data of the Arbeitsgruooe Energiebilanzen (AGEB).
The share of renewable energy sources increased from 16.6% to 23.9% in the same period. Wind power was the most important renewable energy source in 2013, too (2013: 8.4% of total electricity production).
More than one quarter of total electricity (25.6%) was produced from lignite in 2013. Compared with 2010, ist share increased by 2.6 percentage points (2010: 23.0%). Thus lignite remained the major energy source in Germany 2013.