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Energy > Electricity > Consumption: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Total electricity consumed annually plus imports and minus exports, 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 ChinaChina 4.69 trillion kWh 2011
2 United StatesUnited States 3.89 trillion kWh 2010
3 European UnionEuropean Union 2.86 trillion kWh 2007
4 RussiaRussia 1.04 trillion kWh 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) averageGroup of 7 countries (G7) average 1.01 trillion kWh 2007
5 JapanJapan 859.7 billion kWh 2012
6 IndiaIndia 698.8 billion kWh 2010
7 GermanyGermany 549.1 billion kWh 2010
8 CanadaCanada 499.9 billion kWh 2010
9 FranceFrance 471 billion kWh 2010
10 BrazilBrazil 455.8 billion kWh 2010
11 South KoreaSouth Korea 455.1 billion kWh 2011
12 United KingdomUnited Kingdom 329.3 billion kWh 2010
13 ItalyItaly 313.8 billion kWh 2011
High income OECD countries averageHigh income OECD countries average 274.59 billion kWh 2010
Cold countries averageCold countries average 252.56 billion kWh 2005
Emerging markets averageEmerging markets average 251.39 billion kWh 2006
14 SpainSpain 249.7 billion kWh 2011
15 TaiwanTaiwan 242.2 billion kWh 2011
Non-religious countries averageNon-religious countries average 237.58 billion kWh 2009
16 South AfricaSouth Africa 234.2 billion kWh 2012
17 AustraliaAustralia 213.5 billion kWh 2010
18 MexicoMexico 212.3 billion kWh 2010
19 Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia 190.9 billion kWh 2010
South Asia averageSouth Asia average 185.46 billion kWh 2010
20 IranIran 182.7 billion kWh 2010
Heavily indebted countries averageHeavily indebted countries average 178.7 billion kWh 2010
21 UkraineUkraine 175.3 billion kWh 2012
22 TurkeyTurkey 170.4 billion kWh 2010
23 ThailandThailand 169.4 billion kWh 2012
24 IndonesiaIndonesia 158 billion kWh 2011
25 PolandPoland 155 billion kWh 2010
Former British colonies averageFormer British colonies average 139.24 billion kWh 2010
26 SwedenSweden 136 billion kWh 2010
NATO countries averageNATO average 124.54 billion kWh 2010
27 EgyptEgypt 122.4 billion kWh 2010
28 NorwayNorway 120.9 billion kWh 2010
29 MalaysiaMalaysia 112 billion kWh 2012
30 ArgentinaArgentina 111.1 billion kWh 2010
31 NetherlandsNetherlands 110 billion kWh 2010
32 VietnamVietnam 104 billion kWh 2012
Europe averageEurope average 100.32 billion kWh 2001
European Union averageEuropean Union average 100.29 billion kWh 2010
Eurozone averageEurozone average 99.97 billion kWh 2010
Former Soviet republics averageFormer Soviet republics average 92.05 billion kWh 2006
33 KazakhstanKazakhstan 88.11 billion kWh 2011
Christian countries averageChristian countries average 86.77 billion kWh 2001
34 United Arab EmiratesUAE 85.17 billion kWh 2010
35 VenezuelaVenezuela 85.05 billion kWh 2011
36 FinlandFinland 84.83 billion kWh 2010
37 BelgiumBelgium 84.68 billion kWh 2010
Eastern Europe averageEastern Europe average 78.83 billion kWh 2001
Religious countries averageReligious countries average 73.58 billion kWh 2005
38 PakistanPakistan 70.1 billion kWh 2011
South and Central Asia averageSouth and Central Asia average 67.25 billion kWh 2006
OPEC countries averageOPEC countries average 64.5 billion kWh 2010
Catholic countries averageCatholic countries average 63.78 billion kWh 2005
39 Czech RepublicCzech Republic 61.19 billion kWh 2010
40 SwitzerlandSwitzerland 60.42 billion kWh 2011
Sparsely populated countries averageSparsely populated countries average 57.52 billion kWh 2005
41 PhilippinesPhilippines 56.84 billion kWh 2010
42 GreeceGreece 56.4 billion kWh 2010
Middle Eastern and North Africa averageMiddle Eastern and North Africa average 56.17 billion kWh 2010
43 ChileChile 53.93 billion kWh 2010
44 RomaniaRomania 53.74 billion kWh 2011
45 PortugalPortugal 50.26 billion kWh 2010
46 IsraelIsrael 48.73 billion kWh 2010
47 KuwaitKuwait 46.71 billion kWh 2010
48 ColombiaColombia 45.35 billion kWh 2010
49 Hong KongHong Kong 45.07 billion kWh 2012
50 UzbekistanUzbekistan 44.51 billion kWh 2010
51 New ZealandNew Zealand 40.76 billion kWh 2010
52 SingaporeSingapore 40.62 billion kWh 2010
53 BangladeshBangladesh 38.89 billion kWh 2010
54 SerbiaSerbia 37.37 billion kWh 2012
55 HungaryHungary 36.13 billion kWh 2012
56 SyriaSyria 35.61 billion kWh 2010
57 IraqIraq 35.12 billion kWh 2010
58 PeruPeru 34.25 billion kWh 2011
59 Serbia and MontenegroSerbia+ 34.1 billion kWh 2010
60 AlgeriaAlgeria 33.68 billion kWh 2010
61 DenmarkDenmark 33.56 billion kWh 2010
62 BelarusBelarus 31.74 billion kWh 2010
Muslim countries averageMuslim countries average 30.95 billion kWh 2010
Latin America and Caribbean averageLatin America and Caribbean average 30.59 billion kWh 2007
63 BulgariaBulgaria 30.46 billion kWh 2010
64 SlovakiaSlovakia 26.27 billion kWh 2010
65 IrelandIreland 26.1 billion kWh 2011
66 LibyaLibya 25.24 billion kWh 2010
Hot countries averageHot countries average 25 billion kWh 2005
Former Spanish colonies averageFormer Spanish colonies average 24.28 billion kWh 2006
67 MoroccoMorocco 23.61 billion kWh 2010
68 QatarQatar 20.51 billion kWh 2010
69 NigeriaNigeria 20.38 billion kWh 2010
70 Puerto RicoPuerto Rico 19.43 billion kWh 2010
71 North KoreaNorth Korea 17.62 billion kWh 2010
72 CroatiaCroatia 16.7 billion kWh 2012
73 IcelandIceland 16.23 billion kWh 2010
74 TajikistanTajikistan 15.9 billion kWh 2012
75 OmanOman 15.32 billion kWh 2010
76 EcuadorEcuador 14.92 billion kWh 2010
77 LebanonLebanon 14.19 billion kWh 2010
78 CubaCuba 13.64 billion kWh 2010
79 AzerbaijanAzerbaijan 13.57 billion kWh 2010
80 JordanJordan 13.54 billion kWh 2011
81 TunisiaTunisia 13.29 billion kWh 2010
82 Dominican RepublicDominican Rep. 13.11 billion kWh 2010
83 BahrainBahrain 12.97 billion kWh 2011
84 SloveniaSlovenia 12.6 billion kWh 2010
85 ZimbabweZimbabwe 12.57 billion kWh 2010
86 TurkmenistanTurkmenistan 11.12 billion kWh 2010
87 Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia+ 11.07 billion kWh 2010
88 LithuaniaLithuania 10.3 billion kWh 2012
89 MozambiqueMozambique 10.19 billion kWh 2012
90 Sri LankaSri Lanka 10 billion kWh 2011
Former French colonies averageFormer French colonies average 9.92 billion kWh 2010
91 GeorgiaGeorgia 9.38 billion kWh 2012
92 Costa RicaCosta Rica 8.53 billion kWh 2010
93 GuatemalaGuatemala 8.16 billion kWh 2011
94 UruguayUruguay 7.96 billion kWh 2011
95 ZambiaZambia 7.96 billion kWh 2010
96 EstoniaEstonia 7.95 billion kWh 2010
97 Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad+ 7.59 billion kWh 2010
98 KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan 7.33 billion kWh 2010
99 Republic of MacedoniaMacedonia Rep. 7.25 billion kWh 2012
100 ParaguayParaguay 6.78 billion kWh 2010
101 LatviaLatvia 6.56 billion kWh 2010
102 LuxembourgLuxembourg 6.45 billion kWh 2010
103 BoliviaBolivia 6.3 billion kWh 2011
Failed states averageFailed states average 6.29 billion kWh 2010
104 PanamaPanama 6.21 billion kWh 2010
105 Democratic Republic of the CongoCongo, DR. 6.2 billion kWh 2010
106 KenyaKenya 6.15 billion kWh 2010
107 BurmaBurma 6.09 billion kWh 2010
108 ArmeniaArmenia 5.8 billion kWh 2011
109 El SalvadorEl Salvador 5.76 billion kWh 2011
110 KosovoKosovo 5.67 billion kWh 2011
111 SudanSudan 5.67 billion kWh 2010
112 YemenYemen 5.51 billion kWh 2010
113 NepalNepal 5.35 billion kWh 2012
114 GhanaGhana 5.31 billion kWh 2010
115 CameroonCameroon 5.18 billion kWh 2010
116 HondurasHonduras 4.85 billion kWh 2010
117 CyprusCyprus 4.79 billion kWh 2010
118 AlbaniaAlbania 4.67 billion kWh 2010
119 AngolaAngola 4.59 billion kWh 2010
120 West BankWest Bank 4.57 billion kWh 2010
121 EthiopiaEthiopia 4.45 billion kWh 2010
122 MacauMacau 4.21 billion kWh 2012
123 MongoliaMongolia 3.95 billion kWh 2010
124 Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire 3.87 billion kWh 2010
125 NamibiaNamibia 3.63 billion kWh 2012
126 MoldovaMoldova 3.57 billion kWh 2011
127 TanzaniaTanzania 3.4 billion kWh 2010
128 BruneiBrunei 3.39 billion kWh 2011
129 MontenegroMontenegro 3.28 billion kWh 2010
130 BotswanaBotswana 3.12 billion kWh 2011
131 Papua New GuineaPapua NG 3.12 billion kWh 2010
132 JamaicaJamaica 3.07 billion kWh 2010
133 NicaraguaNicaragua 2.94 billion kWh 2011
134 CambodiaCambodia 2.57 billion kWh 2011
135 AfghanistanAfghanistan 2.49 billion kWh 2010
Sub-Saharan Africa averageSub-Saharan Africa average 2.44 billion kWh 2010
136 MauritiusMauritius 2.36 billion kWh 2010
137 LaosLaos 2.35 billion kWh 2010
138 SenegalSenegal 2.22 billion kWh 2010
139 UgandaUganda 2.19 billion kWh 2010
140 New CaledoniaNew Caledonia 1.84 billion kWh 2010
141 MalawiMalawi 1.83 billion kWh 2010
142 The BahamasThe Bahamas 1.79 billion kWh 2010
143 BhutanBhutan 1.68 billion kWh 2010
144 GuamGuam 1.64 billion kWh 2010
145 MaltaMalta 1.6 billion kWh 2010
146 GabonGabon 1.44 billion kWh 2010
147 SurinameSuriname 1.42 billion kWh 2010
148 MadagascarMadagascar 1.13 billion kWh 2010
149 MartiniqueMartinique 1.12 billion kWh 2003
150 ReunionReunion 1.11 billion kWh 2003
151 GuadeloupeGuadeloupe 1.08 billion kWh 2003
152 SwazilandSwaziland 1.06 billion kWh 2010
153 Netherlands AntillesN. Antilles 992 million kWh 2006
154 BarbadosBarbados 986 million kWh 2010
155 ArubaAruba 911.4 million kWh 2010
156 GuineaGuinea 901.2 million kWh 2010
157 BeninBenin 870.1 million kWh 2010
158 NigerNiger 832.5 million kWh 2010
159 FijiFiji 808.3 million kWh 2010
160 Burkina FasoBurkina Faso 773.1 million kWh 2010
161 Virgin IslandsVirgin Islands 767.3 million kWh 2010
162 South SudanSouth Sudan 694.1 million kWh 2010
163 TogoTogo 676.1 million kWh 2010
164 MauritaniaMauritania 651.9 million kWh 2010
165 BermudaBermuda 638.4 million kWh 2010
166 JerseyJersey 630.1 million kWh 2004
167 BelizeBelize 630 million kWh 2011
168 French PolynesiaFr. Polynesia 625 million kWh 2010
169 Congo, Republic of theCongo, Republic of the 588 million kWh 2012
170 AndorraAndorra 562.4 million kWh 2012
171 AustriaAustria 562.4 million kWh 2012
172 Cayman IslandsCayman Islands 552 million kWh 2010
173 GuyanaGuyana 512 million kWh 2010
174 MaliMali 483.6 million kWh 2010
175 French GuianaFrench Guiana 432.6 million kWh 2003
176 Saint LuciaSaint Lucia 332.9 million kWh 2010
177 RwandaRwanda 319.6 million kWh 2010
178 LiberiaLiberia 311.6 million kWh 2010
179 LesothoLesotho 307 million kWh 2010
180 DjiboutiDjibouti 302.3 million kWh 2010
181 SomaliaSomalia 288.3 million kWh 2010
182 MaldivesMaldives 280 million kWh 2010
183 GreenlandGreenland 279 million kWh 2010
184 Cape VerdeCape Verde 266.9 million kWh 2010
185 SeychellesSeychelles 263.2 million kWh 2010
186 EritreaEritrea 253.5 million kWh 2010
187 Faroe IslandsFaroe Islands 249 million kWh 2010
188 BurundiBurundi 221.4 million kWh 2010
189 The GambiaThe Gambia 213.9 million kWh 2010
190 HaitiHaiti 208.5 million kWh 2012
191 Turks and Caicos IslandsTurks+ 186 million kWh 2010
192 Federated States of MicronesiaMicronesia 178.6 million kWh 2002
193 GrenadaGrenada 178.4 million kWh 2010
194 GibraltarGibraltar 154.7 million kWh 2010
195 Central African RepublicCentral Africa 148.8 million kWh 2010
196 American SamoaAmerican Samoa 147.9 million kWh 2010
197 MayotteMayotte 139.2 million kWh 2005
198 Sierra LeoneSierra Leone 134.9 million kWh 2010
199 Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesSt Vincent+ 126.5 million kWh 2010
200 Saint Kitts and NevisSt Kitts+ 125.6 million kWh 2010
201 SamoaSamoa 111.8 million kWh 2010
202 Antigua and BarbudaAntigua+ 107 million kWh 2010
203 DominicaDominica 93.47 million kWh 2010
204 ChadChad 91.14 million kWh 2010
205 Equatorial GuineaEqu. Guinea 90.21 million kWh 2010
206 Western SaharaWestern Sahara 83.7 million kWh 2010
207 Solomon IslandsSolomon Islands 76.26 million kWh 2010
208 East TimorEast Timor 67.59 million kWh 2011
209 Guinea-BissauGuinea-Bissau 62.31 million kWh 2010
210 VanuatuVanuatu 51.15 million kWh 2010
211 Saint Pierre and MiquelonSt Pierre+ 49.29 million kWh 2010
212 British Virgin IslandsBrit. Virgin Isl. 46.5 million kWh 2010
213 AnguillaAnguilla 42.6 million kWh 2006
214 TongaTonga 38.13 million kWh 2010
215 ComorosComoros 37.2 million kWh 2010
216 NauruNauru 32.55 million kWh 2010
217 Cook IslandsCook Islands 28.95 million kWh 2010
218 Sao Tome and PrincipeSoa Tome+ 27.9 million kWh 2010
219 KiribatiKiribati 23.25 million kWh 2010
220 MontserratMontserrat 22.32 million kWh 2010
221 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)Falklands 17.67 million kWh 2010
222 Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da CunhaSaint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha 7.44 million kWh 2010
223 Saint HelenaSaint Helena 7.44 million kWh 2006
224 NiueNiue 2.79 million kWh 2010
225 Johnston AtollJohnston Atoll 2 million kWh 2003
226 Gaza StripGaza Strip 202,000 kWh 2009
227 Northern Mariana IslandsN. Mariana 48,300 kWh 2009

Citation

"All countries compared for Energy > Electricity > Consumption", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electricity/Consumption

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Agriculture

Statistics and graphs related to agriculture are found here. How many agricultural workers are there per hectare? Tractors? Which country produces the maximum cotton? Who is the biggest exporter of bananas? Click in if these interest you.

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Background

What is the background of the country? National bird? Get a quick summary of countries in this section.

TOP STATS: Overview, Full name

Cost of living

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Crime

No explanation needed for this section. Murders. Guns. Jails. Crimes. Judges. We have all of that and more out here. Actually we go deeper than your routine crime beat sections. How many adults were prosecuted? What percentage were convicted? How many were women? What is the death penalty rate in different countries? How safe do the citizens perceive they are? Do they trust the police? Will they report a crime? You'll find surprising answers here.

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Disasters

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Economy

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TOP STATS: GDP per capita, GDP, Population below poverty line and 3530 more

Education

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TOP STATS: Literacy > Total population, Average IQ, Tertiary enrollment and 511 more

Energy

How does your country fare in Traditional Fuel Consumption? In Geothermal Energy Consumption? How many barrels of oil were imported into your country last year? Does your production of hydroelectricity match your consumption? Which countries in the world successfully produce nuclear energy for consumption? What is the average energy usage per person? All your questions regarding different forms of energy, their generation and consumption have been answered here.

TOP STATS: Oil > Consumption, Electricity > Consumption per capita, Oil > Production and 2359 more

Environment

How much area is declared as protected in the different countries of the world? How many endangered species of reptiles, mammals, birds etc are found in different countries? What are the national levels of pollution? Emissions? Nuclear waste generation? Salination of water resources and expenditure for waste treatment. International treaties, ratification and complaince. You'll find almost all statistics related to environmental pollution and conservational efforts here.

TOP STATS: Marine fish catch, Ecological footprint, CO2 Emissions and 249 more

Geography

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TOP STATS: Natural resources, Area > Comparative, Area > Land and 79 more

Government

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TOP STATS: Legal system, Capital city > Geographic coordinates, Constitution and 323 more

Health

Statistics about the health of a country's citizens are present in this category. You can find stats related to birth weights, rates on smoking, HIV incidence, incidence of cancer, circulatory and other diseases, stats on infant and maternal mortality, life expectancy, suicide rates, teenage pergnancy and other health related topics. We also have some details on health expenditure and health care funding out here.

TOP STATS: Obesity, Abortions, Teenage pregnancy and 350 more

Industry

Lists all industry related stats like production of cars, buses trucks, LCVs, different industries like biotech firms and so on.

TOP STATS: Car > Production, Manufacturing output, Heavy truck > Production and 88 more

Labor

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TOP STATS: Unemployment rate, Strikes, Agricultural workers > Male and 323 more

Language

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Lifestyle

Here we rank countries based on amphetamine and cannabis use. But more interestingly, we go into their mindset. What do the citizens of different countries think of their armed forces? Will they report a crime? Do they trust their neighbours? What about their governments? Are they happy with life in general? How charitable are they? What is their political orientation? Are they proud of their countries? Will they fight for their countries? This is an utterly captivating category.

TOP STATS: Happiness net, Cannabis use, Happiness level > Very happy and 103 more

Media

Countries are ranked here depending on the penetration level of computers, phones, fax machines, radios, television sets, mobile phones etc. We also have other stats related to media like vastness of different networks, revenue and employment in different telecom sectors here.

TOP STATS: Personal computers > Per capita, Television viewing, Broadcast media and 319 more

Military

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TOP STATS: WMD > Missile, Manpower fit for military service > Males age 16-49, Military expenditures and 175 more

People

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Religion

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Sports

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Terrorism

This is a category which needs particular highlighting as the growing concern and need for awareness continues to press upon our front pages, in the minds of our leadership and politicians, and indeed, in our everyday conversations. We hope to expand this category into timely and essential data you can rely on to make sense of global and national security, political and societal violence, and our perceptions which are shaped by these notions.

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Transport

Here you can find the numbers on the different modes of transportation. How many cars does a country have? Airports? What is the lenght of its highways? What proportion is paved? What about runways, heliports and ports? Lets not leave out waterways or the merchant navy. We have them all here.

TOP STATS: Transportation > Note, Pipelines > Condensate, Ports and terminals and 376 more

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COUNTRIES COVERED
Date of > Information 212
Date of > Information 212
Per capita 217

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