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Energy > Electric power > Consumption > KWh: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Electric power consumption measures the production of power plants and combined heat and power plants less transmission, distribution, and transformation losses and own use by heat and power plants.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 3.92 trillion kWh 2004
2 China 2.05 trillion kWh 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 1.04 trillion kWh 2004
3 Japan 1.03 trillion kWh 2004
4 Russia 811.65 billion kWh 2004
5 Germany 579.98 billion kWh 2004
6 Canada 548.79 billion kWh 2004
7 India 493.78 billion kWh 2004
8 France 478.1 billion kWh 2004
Non-religious countries average (profile) 380.32 billion kWh 2004
9 United Kingdom 371.31 billion kWh 2004
10 Brazil 359.56 billion kWh 2004
11 South Korea 355.37 billion kWh 2004
12 Italy 328.11 billion kWh 2004
High income OECD countries average (profile) 300.44 billion kWh 2004
13 Spain 252.91 billion kWh 2004
14 South Africa 226.46 billion kWh 2004
15 Australia 224.89 billion kWh 2004
Emerging markets average (profile) 214.7 billion kWh 2004
16 Mexico 187.62 billion kWh 2004
17 Ukraine 149.52 billion kWh 2004
18 Saudi Arabia 148.03 billion kWh 2004
19 Sweden 138.69 billion kWh 2004
20 Iran 137.05 billion kWh 2004
NATO countries average (profile) 131.55 billion kWh 2004
21 Poland 130.51 billion kWh 2004
22 Turkey 126.77 billion kWh 2004
Eurozone average (profile) 121.71 billion kWh 2004
23 Thailand 118.76 billion kWh 2004
24 Norway 113.17 billion kWh 2004
25 Netherlands 112.66 billion kWh 2004
European Union average (profile) 109.76 billion kWh 2004
Europe average (profile) 107.88 billion kWh 2004
26 Indonesia 104.05 billion kWh 2004
27 Belgium 89.37 billion kWh 2004
28 Egypt 88.28 billion kWh 2004
29 Argentina 88.28 billion kWh 2004
30 Finland 87.73 billion kWh 2004
Eastern Europe average (profile) 82.83 billion kWh 2004
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 78.92 billion kWh 2004
31 Malaysia 78.8 billion kWh 2004
32 Venezuela 72.12 billion kWh 2004
33 Pakistan 64.63 billion kWh 2004
34 Austria 64.17 billion kWh 2004
35 Czech Republic 63.53 billion kWh 2004
36 Switzerland 60.62 billion kWh 2004
37 Greece 56.95 billion kWh 2004
38 Kazakhstan 54.37 billion kWh 2004
39 Chile 49.72 billion kWh 2004
OPEC countries average (profile) 49.36 billion kWh 2004
40 Romania 49.24 billion kWh 2004
41 United Arab Emirates 48.95 billion kWh 2004
42 Philippines 48.73 billion kWh 2004
43 Portugal 47.53 billion kWh 2004
44 Uzbekistan 46.44 billion kWh 2004
45 Israel 46.28 billion kWh 2004
46 Vietnam 41.2 billion kWh 2004
47 Hong Kong 39.23 billion kWh 2004
48 Colombia 38.9 billion kWh 2004
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 37.89 billion kWh 2004
49 Hungary 37.2 billion kWh 2004
50 Kuwait 36.78 billion kWh 2004
51 New Zealand 36.3 billion kWh 2004
52 Denmark 35.82 billion kWh 2004
53 Singapore 34.64 billion kWh 2004
54 Serbia and Montenegro 32.57 billion kWh 2004
55 Iraq 31.59 billion kWh 2004
56 Belarus 30.88 billion kWh 2004
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 30.66 billion kWh 2004
57 Bulgaria 30.65 billion kWh 2004
58 Slovakia 27.39 billion kWh 2004
59 Algeria 26.29 billion kWh 2004
60 Ireland 25.1 billion kWh 2004
61 Syria 24.48 billion kWh 2004
62 Peru 21.9 billion kWh 2004
63 Azerbaijan 20.25 billion kWh 2004
64 Bangladesh 19.43 billion kWh 2004
65 North Korea 18.5 billion kWh 2004
66 Morocco 17.73 billion kWh 2004
67 Croatia 14.73 billion kWh 2004
68 Libya 14.46 billion kWh 2004
69 Tajikistan 14.4 billion kWh 2004
70 Slovenia 13.65 billion kWh 2004
71 Nigeria 13.41 billion kWh 2004
72 Cuba 13.23 billion kWh 2004
73 Qatar 12.32 billion kWh 2004
74 Tunisia 11.5 billion kWh 2004
75 Lithuania 10.81 billion kWh 2004
76 Zimbabwe 10.29 billion kWh 2004
77 Oman 9.72 billion kWh 2004
78 Dominican Republic 9.39 billion kWh 2004
79 Ecuador 8.96 billion kWh 2004
80 Lebanon 8.85 billion kWh 2004
81 Jordan 8.57 billion kWh 2004
82 Bosnia and Herzegovina 8.52 billion kWh 2004
83 Turkmenistan 8.29 billion kWh 2004
84 Iceland 8.24 billion kWh 2004
85 Zambia 7.94 billion kWh 2004
86 Bahrain 7.77 billion kWh 2004
87 Luxembourg 7.46 billion kWh 2004
88 Estonia 7.4 billion kWh 2004
89 Kyrgyzstan 7.24 billion kWh 2004
90 Mozambique 7.13 billion kWh 2004
91 Georgia 7.13 billion kWh 2004
92 Costa Rica 7.09 billion kWh 2004
93 Sri Lanka 6.7 billion kWh 2004
94 Jamaica 6.49 billion kWh 2004
95 Uruguay 6.42 billion kWh 2004
96 Guatemala 6.32 billion kWh 2004
97 Trinidad and Tobago 6.06 billion kWh 2004
98 Latvia 5.89 billion kWh 2004
99 Ghana 5.35 billion kWh 2004
100 Democratic Republic of the Congo 5.19 billion kWh 2004
101 Burma 5.18 billion kWh 2004
102 Moldova 5.18 billion kWh 2004
103 Paraguay 4.72 billion kWh 2004
104 Kenya 4.68 billion kWh 2004
105 Panama 4.66 billion kWh 2004
106 Cyprus 4.47 billion kWh 2004
107 Armenia 4.32 billion kWh 2004
108 El Salvador 4.25 billion kWh 2004
109 Honduras 4.13 billion kWh 2004
110 Bolivia 3.92 billion kWh 2004
111 Albania 3.73 billion kWh 2004
112 Yemen 3.36 billion kWh 2004
113 Cameroon 3.32 billion kWh 2004
114 Sudan 3.28 billion kWh 2004
115 Cote d'Ivoire 3.15 billion kWh 2004
116 Namibia 2.79 billion kWh 2004
117 Brunei 2.79 billion kWh 2004
118 Botswana 2.34 billion kWh 2004
119 Ethiopia 2.29 billion kWh 2004
120 Nicaragua 2.13 billion kWh 2004
121 Tanzania 2.01 billion kWh 2004
122 Senegal 2 billion kWh 2004
123 Malta 1.93 billion kWh 2004
124 Angola 1.92 billion kWh 2004
125 Nepal 1.83 billion kWh 2004
126 Gabon 1.26 billion kWh 2004
127 Netherlands Antilles 942 million kWh 2004
128 Benin 545 million kWh 2004
129 Togo 521 million kWh 2004
130 Congo, Republic of the 509 million kWh 2004
131 Haiti 256 million kWh 2004

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"Countries Compared by Energy > Electric power > Consumption > KWh. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electric-power/Consumption/KWh

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