Oil represents over half of energy consumption in Greece (55 percent), while the consumption percentage from renewable energy sources amounts to only 6.1 percent, according to data publicised by Eurostat on Monday.

According to Eurostat's data, the highest percentages of oil consumption in the EU are in Malta (100 pc), Cyprus (96), Luxembourg (63), Greece (55), Ireland (52) and Portugal (50 pc).

Last in the consumption of renewable energy sources (hydroelectric, aeolian, biomass, geothermal and solar) are Latvia (36 pc), Sweden (34), Austria (27) and Finland (23 pc).