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System of Environmental Economic Accounting for Energy

SEEA-Energy

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The System of Environmental-Economic Accounting for Energy (SEEA-Energy) is a multi-purpose, conceptual framework for organizing energy-related statistical information. It supports analysis of the role of energy within the economy and of the relationship between energy-related activities and the environment.

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Monetary flow accounts

4.1. The production and use of energy are important for the economy, the environment and society at large. While energy production is itself a significant economic activity, energy is also required for virtually all forms of economic production. Determining how energy products are produced, distributed and used, and by whom they are used, is therefore of socioeconomic importance. Moreover, the choices involved have profound implications for the state of the environment and society.

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