Luxembourg’s has more than doubled the amount of renewable energy it generates since 2004, Eurostat figures show.
The proportion generated rose from 2.8% to 6.2% in 2015. As a proportion of energy consumed, in 2015 renewables generated 5% of the country’s needs, up from 0.9% in 2004.
It still has some way to go in meeting its target of generating 11% of the energy used through renewables.
Electricity generated through wind power accounted for a tenth of energy across the EU in 2016 with the biggest generators as a proportion of total energy generation being Denmark (43%), Lithuania (27%), Ireland (21%), Portugal (20%) and Spain (18%).
With 4% of energy coming from wind, Luxembourg lagged in eighth place, generating well below the EU average of 10.1% through wind.
The figures were published via Statec to mark EU sustainable energy week, from 19-25 June.