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142 REFERENCE TABLES TABLE R14. SHARE OF HEATING AND COOLING FROM MODERN RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES, EXISTING IN 2013 AND TARGETS COUNTRY SHARE TARGET Austria 33.5% 32.6% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Belgium 8.1% 11.9% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Bhutan Solar heating and cooling: 3 MW equivalent by 2025 Bulgaria 29.2% 24% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 China Solar water heating: 280 GWth (400 million m2 ) by 2015 Croatia 18.1% 19.6% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Cyprus 21.7% 23.5% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Czech Republic 15.3% 14.1% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Denmark 34.8% 39.8% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Estonia 43.1% 17.6% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Finland 50.9% 47% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 France 18.3% 33% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Germany 10.6% 14% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Greece 26.5% 20% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Hungary 13.5% 18.9% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 India Solar water heating: 5.6 GWth (8 million m2 ) of new capacity to be added between 2012 and 2017 Ireland 5.7% 15% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Italy 18% 17.1% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Bioenergy: 5,670 ktoe for heating and cooling by 2020 Geothermal: 300 ktoe for heating and cooling by 2020 Solar water and space heating: 1,586 ktoe by 2020 Jordan 13% (2010)1 Solar water heating: 30% of households by 2020 Kenya Solar water heating: 60% of annual demand for building using over 100 litres of hot water per day (no date) Latvia 49.7% 53.4% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Lebanon Solar water heating: 133 MWth (190,000 m2 ) newly installed 2009–2014 Libya Solar water heating: 80 MWth by 2015; 250 MWth by 2020 COUNTRY SHARE TARGET Lithuania 37.7% 39% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Luxembourg 5.6% 8.5% renewables in gross final consumption in heating and cooling by 2020 Malta 23.7% 6.2% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Moldova 27% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Montenegro 38.2% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Morocco Solar water heating: 1.2 GWth (1.7 million m2 ) by 2020 Mozambique Solar water and space heating: 100,000 systems installed in rural areas (no date) Netherlands 3.6% 8.7% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Poland 13.9% 17% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Portugal 34.5% 30.6% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Romania 26.2% 22% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Serbia 30% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Sierra Leone 1% penetration of solar water heaters in hotels, guest houses, and restaurants by 2015; 2% by 2020; 5% by 2030 1% penetration of solar water heaters in the residential sector by 2030 Slovakia 7.5% 14.6% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Slovenia 31.7% 30.8% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Spain 14.9% 18.9% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Bioenergy: 4,653 ktoe by 2020 Geothermal: 9.5 ktoe by 2020 Heat pumps: 50.8 ktoe by 2020 Solar water and space heating: 644 ktoe by 2020 Sweden 67.2% 62.1% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 Thailand Bioenergy: 8,200 ktoe by 2022 Biogas: 1,000 ktoe by 2022 Organic MSW2 : 35 ktoe by 2022 Solar water heating: 300,000 systems in operation and 100 ktoe by 2022 Uganda Solar water heaters: 21 MWth (30,000 m2 ) by 2017 United Kingdom 2.6% 12% renewables in total heating and cooling supply by 2020 1 Jordan's share refers to the share of households with solar water heaters. 2 It is not always possible to determine whether municipal solid waste (MSW) data include non-organic waste (plastics, metal, etc.) or only the organic biomass share. Note: Table R14 includes targets established under EU National Renewable Energy Action Plans. Because heating and cooling targets are not standardised across countries, the table presents a variety of targets for the purpose of general comparison. Source: See Endnote 14 for this section. BACK

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