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Energy > Electric power transmission and distribution losses > Million kWh per capita: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: 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. Figures expressed per capita for the same year..

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 KuwaitKuwait 2,036.91 million kWh 2004
2 NorwayNorway 1,928.61 million kWh 2004
3 New ZealandNew Zealand 1,349.97 million kWh 2004
4 IcelandIceland 1,307.89 million kWh 2004
5 QatarQatar 1,271.55 million kWh 2004
6 CanadaCanada 1,226.94 million kWh 2004
7 SwedenSweden 1,215.65 million kWh 2004
8 LibyaLibya 1,042.31 million kWh 2004
9 VenezuelaVenezuela 1,003.99 million kWh 2004
10 United Arab EmiratesUAE 947.34 million kWh 2004
11 United StatesUnited States 905.65 million kWh 2004
12 KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan 896.23 million kWh 2004
13 EstoniaEstonia 824.14 million kWh 2004
14 BahrainBahrain 823.88 million kWh 2004
15 RussiaRussia 782.7 million kWh 2004
16 AustraliaAustralia 725.93 million kWh 2004
17 MaltaMalta 725.2 million kWh 2004
18 OmanOman 722 million kWh 2004
19 KazakhstanKazakhstan 693.27 million kWh 2004
20 Hong KongHong Kong 686.52 million kWh 2004
21 BulgariaBulgaria 654.4 million kWh 2004
22 AlbaniaAlbania 630.56 million kWh 2004
23 UkraineUkraine 575.58 million kWh 2004
24 FinlandFinland 565.97 million kWh 2004
25 SpainSpain 563.81 million kWh 2004
26 UruguayUruguay 543.65 million kWh 2004
27 SwitzerlandSwitzerland 537.51 million kWh 2004
28 United KingdomUnited Kingdom 535.1 million kWh 2004
29 SingaporeSingapore 520.08 million kWh 2004
30 Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia+ 513.03 million kWh 2004
31 FranceFrance 511.94 million kWh 2004
32 IrelandIreland 502.18 million kWh 2004
33 CroatiaCroatia 501.01 million kWh 2004
34 Czech RepublicCzech Republic 497.65 million kWh 2004
35 Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia 496.79 million kWh 2004
36 Dominican RepublicDominican Rep. 474.51 million kWh 2004
37 GreeceGreece 471.72 million kWh 2004
38 SyriaSyria 429.73 million kWh 2004
39 SloveniaSlovenia 425.64 million kWh 2004
40 GermanyGermany 414.28 million kWh 2004
41 LebanonLebanon 405.08 million kWh 2004
42 ArgentinaArgentina 403.17 million kWh 2004
43 IranIran 400.36 million kWh 2004
44 HungaryHungary 393.78 million kWh 2004
45 EcuadorEcuador 389.31 million kWh 2004
46 BelgiumBelgium 388.25 million kWh 2004
47 PortugalPortugal 386.31 million kWh 2004
48 TajikistanTajikistan 384.31 million kWh 2004
49 LatviaLatvia 382.65 million kWh 2004
50 JapanJapan 382.45 million kWh 2004
51 MoldovaMoldova 381.8 million kWh 2004
52 ParaguayParaguay 380.09 million kWh 2004
53 PolandPoland 375.93 million kWh 2004
54 AustriaAustria 371.27 million kWh 2004
55 LithuaniaLithuania 370.53 million kWh 2004
56 BelarusBelarus 367.83 million kWh 2004
57 ItalyItaly 358.71 million kWh 2004
58 BrazilBrazil 354.72 million kWh 2004
59 TurkeyTurkey 347.71 million kWh 2004
60 BruneiBrunei 335.37 million kWh 2004
61 AzerbaijanAzerbaijan 332.51 million kWh 2004
62 DenmarkDenmark 331.02 million kWh 2004
63 MexicoMexico 324.56 million kWh 2004
64 TurkmenistanTurkmenistan 323.83 million kWh 2004
65 ArmeniaArmenia 315.96 million kWh 2004
66 South AfricaSouth Africa 315.23 million kWh 2004
67 PanamaPanama 295.46 million kWh 2004
68 Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad+ 285.19 million kWh 2004
69 RomaniaRomania 280.06 million kWh 2004
70 JamaicaJamaica 277.09 million kWh 2004
71 South KoreaSouth Korea 266.33 million kWh 2004
72 NetherlandsNetherlands 265.51 million kWh 2004
73 ChileChile 257.54 million kWh 2004
74 GeorgiaGeorgia 249.87 million kWh 2004
75 SlovakiaSlovakia 244.87 million kWh 2004
76 ColombiaColombia 228.18 million kWh 2004
77 JordanJordan 222.87 million kWh 2004
78 CubaCuba 214.49 million kWh 2004
79 CyprusCyprus 209.68 million kWh 2004
80 Costa RicaCosta Rica 207.47 million kWh 2004
81 IsraelIsrael 203.11 million kWh 2004
82 GabonGabon 202.65 million kWh 2004
83 EgyptEgypt 174.45 million kWh 2004
84 UzbekistanUzbekistan 173.98 million kWh 2004
85 HondurasHonduras 163.7 million kWh 2004
86 MalaysiaMalaysia 161.44 million kWh 2004
87 IndiaIndia 158.05 million kWh 2004
88 TunisiaTunisia 155.35 million kWh 2004
89 ThailandThailand 153.35 million kWh 2004
90 NamibiaNamibia 151.75 million kWh 2004
91 AlgeriaAlgeria 148.71 million kWh 2004
92 North KoreaNorth Korea 146.92 million kWh 2004
93 PakistanPakistan 135.8 million kWh 2004
94 NicaraguaNicaragua 127.92 million kWh 2004
95 ZimbabweZimbabwe 115.97 million kWh 2004
96 ChinaChina 107.21 million kWh 2004
97 LuxembourgLuxembourg 104.78 million kWh 2004
98 MoroccoMorocco 104.37 million kWh 2004
99 El SalvadorEl Salvador 95.04 million kWh 2004
100 PeruPeru 86.08 million kWh 2004
101 PhilippinesPhilippines 85.8 million kWh 2004
102 IraqIraq 75.69 million kWh 2004
103 IndonesiaIndonesia 72.8 million kWh 2004
104 BotswanaBotswana 70.63 million kWh 2004
105 Sri LankaSri Lanka 69.26 million kWh 2004
106 VietnamVietnam 59.3 million kWh 2004
107 MozambiqueMozambique 58.08 million kWh 2004
108 BoliviaBolivia 55.94 million kWh 2004
109 NigeriaNigeria 50.07 million kWh 2004
110 YemenYemen 49.81 million kWh 2004
111 Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire 49.4 million kWh 2004
112 CameroonCameroon 44.7 million kWh 2004
113 GhanaGhana 42.72 million kWh 2004
114 HaitiHaiti 31.87 million kWh 2004
115 SenegalSenegal 31.55 million kWh 2004
116 ZambiaZambia 30.25 million kWh 2004
117 KenyaKenya 27.79 million kWh 2004
118 BurmaBurma 25.18 million kWh 2004
119 GuatemalaGuatemala 21.35 million kWh 2004
120 AngolaAngola 20.34 million kWh 2004
121 SudanSudan 19.72 million kWh 2004
122 NepalNepal 18.34 million kWh 2004
123 TogoTogo 16.49 million kWh 2004
124 TanzaniaTanzania 15.31 million kWh 2004
125 BangladeshBangladesh 14.43 million kWh 2004
126 BeninBenin 14.39 million kWh 2004
127 Democratic Republic of the CongoCongo, DR. 4.02 million kWh 2004
128 EthiopiaEthiopia 3.43 million kWh 2004

Citation

"All countries compared for Energy > Electric power transmission and distribution losses > Million kWh per capita", World Development Indicators database. Population figures from World Bank: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects, (2) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Report (various years), (3) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (4) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (5) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme, and (6) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electric-power-transmission-and-distribution-losses/Million-kWh-per-capita

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