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In 2021, 58% of buildings were heated by fossil fuels

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06.10.2022 – In 2021, there were 1.77 million residential buildings and 4.69 million dwellings in Switzerland. 58% of buildings were heated by fossil fuels (heating oil and gas) and 17% were equipped with heat pumps. The share of the latter has quadrupled since 2000. In terms of the population, one person in four had gas heating. These are some of the findings from the Buildings and Dwellings Statistics of the Federal Statistical Office (FSO). You will find further information such as tables in the press releases in German, French and Italian. The English version only includes the lead of the press release. Download press release: In 2021, 58% of buildings were heated by fossil fuels [embedded content]

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In 2021, 58% of buildings were heated by fossil fuels

06.10.2022 – In 2021, there were 1.77 million residential buildings and 4.69 million dwellings in Switzerland. 58% of buildings were heated by fossil fuels (heating oil and gas) and 17% were equipped with heat pumps. The share of the latter has quadrupled since 2000. In terms of the population, one person in four had gas heating. These are some of the findings from the Buildings and Dwellings Statistics of the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

You will find further information such as tables in the press releases in German, French and Italian. The English version only includes the lead of the press release.


Download press release: In 2021, 58% of buildings were heated by fossil fuels


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The Swiss Federal Statistics Office publishes information on the situation and developments in Switzerland in a multitude of fields and plays a part in enabling comparisons at an internal level.

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