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Energy > Electric power transmission and distribution losses > KWh: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Electric power transmission and distribution losses (kWh). Electric power transmission and distribution losses include losses in transmission between sources of supply and points of distribution and in the distribution to consumers, including pilferage.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China 270.07 billion 2011
2 United States 259.53 billion 2011
3 India 222.41 billion 2011
4 European Union 203.48 billion 2011
5 Russia 105 billion 2011
6 Brazil 87.52 billion 2011
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 63.69 billion 2011
7 Japan 48.17 billion 2011
8 Mexico 45.6 billion 2011
Emerging markets average (profile) 38.06 billion 2011
Non-religious countries average (profile) 36.16 billion 2011
9 Iran 34.91 billion 2011
10 Canada 34.7 billion 2011
11 Turkey 32.37 billion 2011
12 France 29.05 billion 2011
13 United Kingdom 27.86 billion 2011
14 Spain 26.79 billion 2011
15 Germany 25.69 billion 2011
16 Venezuela 24.08 billion 2011
17 Saudi Arabia 23.51 billion 2011
Cold countries average (profile) 22.24 billion 2011
18 South Africa 22 billion 2011
19 Ukraine 21.26 billion 2011
20 Italy 20.85 billion 2011
Religious countries average (profile) 20.39 billion 2011
21 Iraq 18.85 billion 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 18.78 billion 2011
22 Argentina 18.7 billion 2011
23 South Korea 17.43 billion 2011
24 Indonesia 16.67 billion 2011
25 Egypt 16.6 billion 2011
26 Pakistan 16.11 billion 2011
27 Australia 13.31 billion 2011
OPEC countries average (profile) 12.09 billion 2011
28 Thailand 10.83 billion 2011
29 Poland 10.64 billion 2011
30 Sweden 10.57 billion 2011
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 10.57 billion 2011
31 Norway 10.29 billion 2011
32 Vietnam 10.06 billion 2011
33 Algeria 9.9 billion 2011
NATO countries average (profile) 9.75 billion 2011
Eastern Europe average (profile) 9.02 billion 2011
Europe average (profile) 8.88 billion 2011
34 Malaysia 8.33 billion 2011
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 7.89 billion 2011
35 Philippines 7.68 billion 2011
36 Colombia 7.43 billion 2011
European Union average (profile) 7.27 billion 2011
37 United Arab Emirates 7.25 billion 2011
Eurozone average (profile) 7.2 billion 2011
38 Romania 7.14 billion 2011
39 Kuwait 7.08 billion 2011
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 6.93 billion 2011
40 Kazakhstan 6.37 billion 2011
41 Serbia 5.84 billion 2011
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 5.54 billion 2011
42 Hong Kong 5.34 billion 2011
43 Chile 4.69 billion 2011
44 Netherlands 4.61 billion 2011
45 Uzbekistan 4.61 billion 2011
46 Bangladesh 4.53 billion 2011
47 Switzerland 4.5 billion 2011
48 Czech Republic 4.41 billion 2011
49 Bulgaria 4.4 billion 2011
50 Belgium 4.15 billion 2011
51 Portugal 4.09 billion 2011
52 Azerbaijan 3.97 billion 2011
53 Dominican Republic 3.91 billion 2011
54 Hungary 3.78 billion 2011
55 Libya 3.61 billion 2011
56 Austria 3.5 billion 2011
57 Paraguay 3.43 billion 2011
58 North Korea 3.42 billion 2011
59 Belarus 3.41 billion 2011
60 Ecuador 3.37 billion 2011
61 Kyrgyzstan 3.31 billion 2011
62 Morocco 3.12 billion 2011
63 Syria 3.11 billion 2011
64 New Zealand 3.09 billion 2011
65 Oman 2.84 billion 2011
66 Greece 2.82 billion 2011
67 Cuba 2.8 billion 2011
68 Zambia 2.71 billion 2011
69 Tajikistan 2.7 billion 2011
70 Nigeria 2.58 billion 2011
71 Finland 2.53 billion 2011
72 Mozambique 2.46 billion 2011
73 Singapore 2.43 billion 2011
74 Denmark 2.39 billion 2011
75 Peru 2.28 billion 2011
76 Tunisia 2.25 billion 2011
77 Turkmenistan 2.19 billion 2011
78 Jordan 2.15 billion 2011
79 Ghana 2.06 billion 2011
80 Ireland 2.05 billion 2011
81 Sudan 1.89 billion 2011
82 Lebanon 1.87 billion 2011
83 Croatia 1.83 billion 2011
84 Yemen 1.7 billion 2011
85 Israel 1.64 billion 2011
86 Burma 1.56 billion 2011
87 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.55 billion 2011
88 Honduras 1.43 billion 2011
89 Sri Lanka 1.42 billion 2011
90 Republic of Macedonia 1.39 billion 2011
91 Cote d'Ivoire 1.36 billion 2011
92 Kenya 1.33 billion 2011
93 Uruguay 1.29 billion 2011
94 Moldova 1.22 billion 2011
95 Georgia 1.14 billion 2011
96 Nepal 1.14 billion 2011
97 Panama 1.08 billion 2011
98 Costa Rica 1.06 billion 2011
99 Albania 1.04 billion 2011
100 Tanzania 1.03 billion 2011
101 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1.02 billion 2011
102 Bahrain 995 million 2011
103 Estonia 949 million 2011
104 Jamaica 948 million 2011
105 Kosovo 941 million 2011
106 Armenia 904 million 2011
107 Lithuania 872 million 2011
108 Slovenia 823 million 2011
109 Bolivia 786 million 2011
110 El Salvador 729 million 2011
111 Nicaragua 714 million 2011
112 Montenegro 651 million 2011
113 Mongolia 644 million 2011
114 Angola 637 million 2011
115 Qatar 624 million 2011
116 Latvia 616 million 2011
117 Republic of the Congo 595 million 2011
118 Cameroon 590 million 2011
119 Guatemala 561 million 2011
120 Senegal 522 million 2011
121 Ethiopia 516 million 2011
122 Slovakia 515 million 2011
123 Iceland 503 million 2011
124 Trinidad and Tobago 426 million 2011
125 Namibia 399 million 2011
126 Haiti 392 million 2011
127 Zimbabwe 338 million 2011
128 Gabon 324 million 2011
129 Cambodia 296 million 2011
130 Brunei 267 million 2011
131 Botswana 258 million 2010
132 Malta 242 million 2011
133 Cyprus 160 million 2011
134 Luxembourg 149 million 2011
135 Togo 104 million 2007
136 Eritrea 48 million 2011
137 Benin 28 million 1984

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