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total primary energy supply

Synonyms: total supply, total energy supply

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Total primary energy supply (TPES) is the total amount of energy supplied to the energy system. At the domestic level total energy supply is equivalent to total primary energy demand. his represents inland demand only and, excludes international marine and aviation bunkers (which are included in global TPES). (IEA, 2012)

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