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Economy > Electricity > Production: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: This entry is the annual electricity generated expressed in kilowatt-hours. The discrepancy between the amount of electricity generated and/or imported and the amount consumed and/or exported is accounted for as loss in transmission and distribution.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 3.95 trillion kWh 2009
2 China 3.45 trillion kWh 2009
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 1.03 trillion kWh 2009
3 Japan 982.3 billion kWh 2009
4 Russia 925.9 billion kWh 2009
5 India 835.3 billion kWh 2009
6 Canada 604.4 billion kWh 2009
7 Germany 556.4 billion kWh 2009
Non-religious countries average (profile) 538.44 billion kWh 2009
8 France 510 billion kWh 2009
9 Brazil 461.1 billion kWh 2009
10 South Korea 417.3 billion kWh 2009
11 United Kingdom 346 billion kWh 2009
High income OECD countries average (profile) 330.32 billion kWh 2009
12 Spain 275.1 billion kWh 2009
13 Italy 269.6 billion kWh 2009
14 Mexico 239.1 billion kWh 2009
15 South Africa 238.3 billion kWh 2008
16 Australia 232 billion kWh 2009
17 Taiwan 229.1 billion kWh 2009
18 Iran 212.8 billion kWh 2009
19 Saudi Arabia 194.4 billion kWh 2009
South Asia average (profile) 190.38 billion kWh 2009
20 Turkey 185.2 billion kWh 2009
21 Ukraine 172.9 billion kWh 2009
NATO countries average (profile) 158.76 billion kWh 2009
22 Poland 141.8 billion kWh 2009
23 Indonesia 141.2 billion kWh 2008
24 Thailand 139 billion kWh 2008
25 Norway 129.9 billion kWh 2009
26 Sweden 129.4 billion kWh 2009
27 Egypt 123.9 billion kWh 2008
28 Venezuela 123.4 billion kWh 2009
29 Argentina 115.4 billion kWh 2008
30 Netherlands 105.7 billion kWh 2009
31 Malaysia 101.1 billion kWh 2009
South and Central Asia average (profile) 100.88 billion kWh 2009
32 Vietnam 97.3 billion kWh 2010
33 Pakistan 89.23 billion kWh 2009
34 Belgium 84.2 billion kWh 2009
35 United Arab Emirates 80.94 billion kWh 2009
36 Czech Republic 77.02 billion kWh 2009
37 Kazakhstan 75.61 billion kWh 2009
OPEC countries average (profile) 72.23 billion kWh 2007
38 Finland 67.94 billion kWh 2009
39 Switzerland 64.08 billion kWh 2009
40 Austria 62.98 billion kWh 2009
41 Romania 62.03 billion kWh 2008
42 Chile 60.28 billion kWh 2008
43 Philippines 59.19 billion kWh 2009
44 Paraguay 54.91 billion kWh 2008
45 Israel 53.04 billion kWh 2008
46 Greece 51.5 billion kWh 2009
47 Colombia 51.01 billion kWh 2008
48 Kuwait 49.82 billion kWh 2009
49 Uzbekistan 47.42 billion kWh 2009
50 Portugal 46.53 billion kWh 2009
51 Iraq 46.39 billion kWh 2009
52 New Zealand 42 billion kWh 2009
53 Algeria 40.11 billion kWh 2009
54 Singapore 39.21 billion kWh 2008
55 Syria 38.71 billion kWh 2008
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 38.34 billion kWh 2009
56 Hong Kong 38.23 billion kWh 2010
57 Hungary 37.55 billion kWh 2010
58 Serbia 35.9 billion kWh 2010
59 Peru 35.79 billion kWh 2010
60 Denmark 34.15 billion kWh 2009
61 Belarus 32.95 billion kWh 2008
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 31.66 billion kWh 2007
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 29.49 billion kWh 2007
62 Ireland 27.28 billion kWh 2010
63 Libya 26.95 billion kWh 2008
64 Bangladesh 25.62 billion kWh 2009
65 Slovakia 24.7 billion kWh 2009
66 Azerbaijan 22.55 billion kWh 2008
67 North Korea 22.52 billion kWh 2008
68 Puerto Rico 20.92 billion kWh 2008
69 Nigeria 20.13 billion kWh 2008
70 Morocco 19.49 billion kWh 2008
71 Qatar 19.18 billion kWh 2009
72 Ecuador 18.06 billion kWh 2008
73 Oman 17.63 billion kWh 2009
74 Cuba 16.99 billion kWh 2008
75 Iceland 16.48 billion kWh 2009
76 Tajikistan 16.1 billion kWh 2009
77 Turkmenistan 15.5 billion kWh 2009
78 Mozambique 14.98 billion kWh 2008
=79 Bosnia and Herzegovina 14.58 billion kWh 2009
=79 Dominican Republic 14.58 billion kWh 2008
81 Tunisia 14.4 billion kWh 2008
82 Jordan 13.01 billion kWh 2008
83 Slovenia 13 billion kWh 2009
84 Lithuania 12.27 billion kWh 2008
85 Kyrgyzstan 11.7 billion kWh 2008
86 Croatia 11.66 billion kWh 2008
87 Bahrain 11.22 billion kWh 2008
88 Lebanon 10.41 billion kWh 2009
89 Uruguay 9.89 billion kWh 2010
90 Zambia 9.6 billion kWh 2008
91 Costa Rica 9.29 billion kWh 2008
92 Sri Lanka 8.89 billion kWh 2008
93 Estonia 8.78 billion kWh 2009
94 Guatemala 8.39 billion kWh 2008
95 Georgia 8.29 billion kWh 2008
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 8.17 billion kWh 2008
96 Ghana 8.17 billion kWh 2008
97 Zimbabwe 7.72 billion kWh 2008
98 Democratic Republic of the Congo 7.45 billion kWh 2008
99 Trinidad and Tobago 7.42 billion kWh 2008
100 Jamaica 7.32 billion kWh 2008
101 Republic of Macedonia 6.82 billion kWh 2010
102 Kenya 6.79 billion kWh 2008
103 Honduras 6.58 billion kWh 2009
104 Panama 6.55 billion kWh 2010
105 Burma 6.43 billion kWh 2008
106 Yemen 6.15 billion kWh 2008
107 Bolivia 6.08 billion kWh 2010
108 Armenia 5.86 billion kWh 2008
109 Cote d'Ivoire 5.55 billion kWh 2008
110 El Salvador 5.45 billion kWh 2009
111 Cameroon 5.42 billion kWh 2008
112 Albania 5.2 billion kWh 2009
113 Latvia 5.11 billion kWh 2008
114 Kosovo 4.78 billion kWh 2009
115 Cyprus 4.71 billion kWh 2008
116 Sudan 4.32 billion kWh 2008
117 Bulgaria 4.31 billion kWh 2009
118 Tanzania 4.28 billion kWh 2008
119 Mongolia 4.03 billion kWh 2009
120 Angola 3.94 billion kWh 2008
121 Ethiopia 3.71 billion kWh 2008
122 Nicaragua 3.42 billion kWh 2008
123 Moldova 3.41 billion kWh 2008
124 Brunei 3.22 billion kWh 2008
125 Papua New Guinea 2.96 billion kWh 2008
126 Luxembourg 2.67 billion kWh 2009
127 Montenegro 2.66 billion kWh 2008
128 Nepal 2.6 billion kWh 2009
129 Mauritius 2.4 billion kWh 2008
130 Senegal 2.23 billion kWh 2008
131 Uganda 2.18 billion kWh 2008
132 Malta 2.11 billion kWh 2010
133 Gabon 1.96 billion kWh 2008
134 The Bahamas 1.95 billion kWh 2009
135 New Caledonia 1.8 billion kWh 2008
136 Guam 1.76 billion kWh 2008
137 Malawi 1.68 billion kWh 2008
138 Suriname 1.58 billion kWh 2008
139 Laos 1.55 billion kWh 2010
140 Namibia 1.49 billion kWh 2009
141 Bhutan 1.48 billion kWh 2009
142 Cambodia 1.38 billion kWh 2008
143 Madagascar 1.11 billion kWh 2008
144 Macau 1.1 billion kWh 2010
145 Barbados 1.01 billion kWh 2008
146 Fiji 970 million kWh 2009
147 Guinea 920 million kWh 2011
148 Aruba 910 million kWh 2008
149 Virgin Islands 843.6 million kWh 2008
150 Guyana 820 million kWh 2008
151 Bermuda 693.7 million kWh 2009
152 French Polynesia 670 million kWh 2008
153 Burkina Faso 664.4 million kWh 2009
154 Haiti 650 million kWh 2010
155 Cayman Islands 597.4 million kWh 2009
156 Botswana 593 million kWh 2008
157 Mauritania 547 million kWh 2008
158 Maldives 542 million kWh 2009
159 Mali 490 million kWh 2008
160 Swaziland 470 million kWh 2008
161 Congo, Republic of the 452 million kWh 2008
162 West Bank 400 million kWh 2011
163 Saint Lucia 341.2 million kWh 2009
164 Liberia 335 million kWh 2008
165 Somalia 315 million kWh 2008
166 Greenland 310.3 million kWh 2008
167 Afghanistan 285.5 million kWh 2009
168 Djibouti 280 million kWh 2008
169 Eritrea 269.9 million kWh 2008
170 Seychelles 260 million kWh 2008
171 Cape Verde 256.5 million kWh 2008
172 Faroe Islands 251.9 million kWh 2008
173 The Gambia 220 million kWh 2008
174 Belize 215.5 million kWh 2008
175 Burundi 208 million kWh 2008
=176 Lesotho 200 million kWh 2011
=176 Niger 200 million kWh 2008
178 Grenada 195.4 million kWh 2009
179 Federated States of Micronesia 192 million kWh 2002
180 American Samoa 190 million kWh 2008
181 Turks and Caicos Islands 175 million kWh 2008
=182 Central African Republic 160 million kWh 2008
=182 Rwanda 160 million kWh 2008
184 Togo 156.9 million kWh 2008
185 Gibraltar 156 million kWh 2008
186 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 132 million kWh 2008
187 Saint Kitts and Nevis 130 million kWh 2008
188 Benin 128 million kWh 2008
189 Antigua and Barbuda 115 million kWh 2008
190 Samoa 108 million kWh 2009
191 Andorra 101 million kWh 2009
192 Chad 100 million kWh 2008
193 Equatorial Guinea 92 million kWh 2008
194 Western Sahara 90 million kWh 2008
195 Dominica 87 million kWh 2008
196 Solomon Islands 78 million kWh 2008
197 Guinea-Bissau 70 million kWh 2008
198 Sierra Leone 58 million kWh 2008
199 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 53 million kWh 2008
200 Comoros 52 million kWh 2008
201 British Virgin Islands 45 million kWh 2008
202 Vanuatu 43 million kWh 2008
203 Sao Tome and Principe 41 million kWh 2008
204 Tonga 40 million kWh 2008
205 Nauru 32 million kWh 2008
206 Cook Islands 31 million kWh 2009
=207 Kiribati 22 million kWh 2008
=207 Montserrat 22 million kWh 2008
209 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) 17 million kWh 2008
210 Saint Helena 8 million kWh 2008
211 Niue 3 million kWh 2008
212 Gaza Strip 65,000 kWh 2009
213 Northern Mariana Islands 60,600 kWh 2009

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > Electricity > Production. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", CIA World Factbooks 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Electricity/Production

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