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Energy > Electricity production > KWh: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Electricity production (kWh). Electricity production is measured at the terminals of all alternator sets in a station. In addition to hydropower, coal, oil, gas, and nuclear power generation, it covers generation by geothermal, solar, wind, and tide and wave energy, as well as that from combustible renewables and waste. Production includes the output of electricity plants that are designed to produce electricity only as well as that of combined heat and power plants.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China 4.72 trillion 2011
2 United States 4.28 trillion 2012
3 European Union 3.26 trillion 2011
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 1.11 trillion 2012
4 Russia 1.05 trillion 2011
5 India 1.05 trillion 2011
6 Japan 1.03 trillion 2012
7 Canada 645.65 billion 2012
Non-religious countries average (profile) 615.76 billion 2011
8 Germany 610.95 billion 2012
9 France 555.13 billion 2012
10 Brazil 531.76 billion 2011
11 South Korea 528.41 billion 2012
Emerging markets average (profile) 388.73 billion 2011
12 United Kingdom 360.22 billion 2012
Cold countries average (profile) 348.49 billion 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 329.08 billion 2012
13 Mexico 296.01 billion 2012
14 Italy 294.37 billion 2012
15 Spain 293.5 billion 2012
16 South Africa 259.58 billion 2011
17 Australia 252.26 billion 2012
18 Saudi Arabia 250.08 billion 2011
19 Iran 239.71 billion 2011
20 Turkey 239.5 billion 2012
21 Ukraine 194.95 billion 2011
22 Indonesia 182.38 billion 2011
23 Sweden 165.43 billion 2012
24 Poland 161.6 billion 2012
25 Egypt 156.59 billion 2011
26 Thailand 155.99 billion 2011
Eurozone average (profile) 150.49 billion 2012
27 Norway 146.77 billion 2012
NATO countries average (profile) 146.49 billion 2011
28 Malaysia 130.09 billion 2011
29 Argentina 129.56 billion 2011
Religious countries average (profile) 125.18 billion 2011
30 Venezuela 122.06 billion 2011
European Union average (profile) 116.48 billion 2011
Europe average (profile) 113.21 billion 2011
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 102.31 billion 2011
31 Netherlands 102.15 billion 2012
32 Vietnam 99.18 billion 2011
33 United Arab Emirates 99.14 billion 2011
34 Pakistan 95.26 billion 2011
Eastern Europe average (profile) 92.13 billion 2011
OPEC countries average (profile) 87.72 billion 2011
35 Czech Republic 86.86 billion 2012
36 Kazakhstan 86.59 billion 2011
37 Belgium 77.27 billion 2012
38 Finland 70.37 billion 2012
39 Philippines 69.18 billion 2011
40 Chile 68.39 billion 2012
41 Switzerland 67.98 billion 2012
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 65.63 billion 2011
42 Austria 64.47 billion 2012
43 Romania 62 billion 2011
44 Colombia 61.82 billion 2011
45 Israel 60.71 billion 2012
46 Paraguay 57.63 billion 2011
47 Greece 57.56 billion 2012
48 Kuwait 57.46 billion 2011
49 Iraq 54.24 billion 2011
50 Uzbekistan 52.4 billion 2011
51 Algeria 51.22 billion 2011
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 50.11 billion 2011
52 Bulgaria 50.02 billion 2011
53 Singapore 46 billion 2011
54 Portugal 45.54 billion 2012
55 New Zealand 44.26 billion 2012
56 Bangladesh 44.06 billion 2011
57 Syria 41.08 billion 2011
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 39.92 billion 2011
58 Peru 39.22 billion 2011
59 Hong Kong 39.03 billion 2011
60 Serbia 38.02 billion 2011
61 Hungary 34.41 billion 2012
62 Belarus 32.19 billion 2011
63 Qatar 30.73 billion 2011
64 Denmark 30.4 billion 2012
65 Slovakia 28.3 billion 2012
66 Libya 27.61 billion 2011
67 Ireland 27.5 billion 2012
68 Nigeria 27.03 billion 2011
69 Morocco 24.87 billion 2011
70 Oman 21.87 billion 2011
71 North Korea 21.63 billion 2011
72 Azerbaijan 20.29 billion 2011
73 Ecuador 20.27 billion 2011
74 Cuba 17.75 billion 2011
75 Iceland 17.55 billion 2012
76 Turkmenistan 17.22 billion 2011
77 Mozambique 16.83 billion 2011
78 Lebanon 16.36 billion 2011
79 Tajikistan 16.22 billion 2011
80 Tunisia 16.13 billion 2011
81 Slovenia 15.53 billion 2012
82 Bosnia and Herzegovina 15.28 billion 2011
83 Kyrgyzstan 15.16 billion 2011
84 Jordan 14.65 billion 2011
85 Bahrain 13.83 billion 2011
86 Dominican Republic 12.97 billion 2011
87 Estonia 11.97 billion 2012
88 Sri Lanka 11.65 billion 2011
89 Zambia 11.45 billion 2011
90 Ghana 11.2 billion 2011
91 Croatia 10.7 billion 2011
92 Uruguay 10.34 billion 2011
93 Georgia 10.19 billion 2011
94 Costa Rica 9.83 billion 2011
95 Zimbabwe 8.93 billion 2011
96 Trinidad and Tobago 8.87 billion 2011
97 Sudan 8.6 billion 2011
98 Guatemala 8.15 billion 2011
99 Democratic Republic of the Congo 7.88 billion 2011
100 Panama 7.86 billion 2011
101 Kenya 7.85 billion 2011
102 Armenia 7.43 billion 2011
103 Burma 7.33 billion 2011
104 Bolivia 7.22 billion 2011
105 Honduras 7.13 billion 2011
106 Republic of Macedonia 6.88 billion 2011
107 Yemen 6.21 billion 2011
108 Cote d'Ivoire 6.1 billion 2011
109 Latvia 6.09 billion 2011
110 Cameroon 6 billion 2011
111 El Salvador 5.8 billion 2011
112 Kosovo 5.8 billion 2011
113 Moldova 5.79 billion 2011
114 Angola 5.65 billion 2011
115 Tanzania 5.3 billion 2011
116 Ethiopia 5.16 billion 2011
117 Jamaica 5.14 billion 2011
118 Cyprus 4.93 billion 2011
119 Mongolia 4.75 billion 2011
120 Lithuania 4.25 billion 2011
121 Albania 4.16 billion 2011
122 Nicaragua 3.83 billion 2011
123 Brunei 3.73 billion 2011
124 Nepal 3.31 billion 2011
125 Senegal 3.01 billion 2011
126 Luxembourg 2.74 billion 2012
127 Montenegro 2.66 billion 2011
128 Malta 2.19 billion 2011
129 Gabon 1.77 billion 2011
130 Namibia 1.43 billion 2011
131 Republic of the Congo 1.29 billion 2011
132 Cambodia 1.05 billion 2011
133 Haiti 718 million 2011
134 Botswana 372 million 2011
135 Eritrea 337 million 2011
136 Benin 154 million 2011
137 Togo 139 million 2011

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"Countries Compared by Energy > Electricity production > KWh. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", International Energy Agency. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electricity-production/KWh

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