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Energy > Electricity > Production: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: The annual electricity generated 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 China 4.94 trillion kWh 2012
2 United States 4.1 trillion kWh 2011
3 European Union 3.06 trillion kWh 2007
4 Russia 1.06 trillion kWh 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 1.06 trillion kWh 2011
5 India 985.4 billion kWh 2011
6 Japan 936.2 billion kWh 2012
7 Canada 618.9 billion kWh 2011
Non-religious countries average (profile) 596.66 billion kWh 2011
8 Germany 575.6 billion kWh 2011
9 Brazil 530.7 billion kWh 2011
10 France 530.6 billion kWh 2011
11 South Korea 459.5 billion kWh 2011
12 United Kingdom 342.1 billion kWh 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 308.79 billion kWh 2011
13 Italy 283.5 billion kWh 2011
14 Spain 276.8 billion kWh 2011
Emerging markets average (profile) 270.47 billion kWh 2005
15 Mexico 257.9 billion kWh 2011
16 South Africa 257.9 billion kWh 2012
17 Taiwan 252.2 billion kWh 2011
18 Saudi Arabia 239.2 billion kWh 2011
Cold countries average (profile) 225.71 billion kWh 2001
19 Australia 225.5 billion kWh 2011
20 Iran 220.3 billion kWh 2011
21 Turkey 217.7 billion kWh 2011
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 203.51 billion kWh 2010
22 Ukraine 198.1 billion kWh 2012
South Asia average (profile) 189.29 billion kWh 2009
23 Indonesia 173.8 billion kWh 2011
24 Thailand 173.3 billion kWh 2012
NATO countries average (profile) 160.97 billion kWh 2011
25 Poland 153.4 billion kWh 2011
26 Sweden 148.7 billion kWh 2011
Former British colonies average (profile) 144.42 billion kWh 2010
27 Egypt 138.7 billion kWh 2011
28 Venezuela 127.6 billion kWh 2012
29 Norway 125.2 billion kWh 2011
Eurozone average (profile) 124.35 billion kWh 2011
30 Argentina 119.3 billion kWh 2010
European Union average (profile) 119.02 billion kWh 2011
31 Malaysia 118 billion kWh 2012
32 Vietnam 117 billion kWh 2012
Europe average (profile) 108.05 billion kWh 2001
33 Netherlands 106.7 billion kWh 2011
34 United Arab Emirates 102.7 billion kWh 2011
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 100.77 billion kWh 2007
35 Pakistan 94.65 billion kWh 2011
Christian countries average (profile) 93.05 billion kWh 2001
36 Kazakhstan 90.53 billion kWh 2012
Religious countries average (profile) 88.82 billion kWh 2005
Eastern Europe average (profile) 86.71 billion kWh 2001
South and Central Asia average (profile) 86.06 billion kWh 2007
37 Belgium 83.37 billion kWh 2011
38 Czech Republic 82.19 billion kWh 2011
OPEC countries average (profile) 76.67 billion kWh 2010
Catholic countries average (profile) 73.12 billion kWh 2005
39 Finland 70.34 billion kWh 2011
40 Philippines 67.45 billion kWh 2011
Sparsely populated countries average (profile) 66.1 billion kWh 2010
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 64.73 billion kWh 2010
41 Colombia 63.65 billion kWh 2011
42 Chile 62.86 billion kWh 2011
43 Romania 60.39 billion kWh 2011
44 Switzerland 60.18 billion kWh 2011
45 Israel 55.77 billion kWh 2011
46 Kuwait 55.55 billion kWh 2011
47 Paraguay 53.53 billion kWh 2010
48 Uzbekistan 52.53 billion kWh 2012
49 Greece 50.43 billion kWh 2011
50 Portugal 49.92 billion kWh 2011
51 Iraq 47.4 billion kWh 2010
52 Algeria 46.25 billion kWh 2011
53 Singapore 44.41 billion kWh 2011
54 Syria 43.76 billion kWh 2010
55 New Zealand 43.54 billion kWh 2011
56 Bulgaria 43.39 billion kWh 2010
57 Hong Kong 41.3 billion kWh 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 40.9 billion kWh 2010
58 Bangladesh 40.08 billion kWh 2011
59 Peru 38.4 billion kWh 2012
60 Serbia 37.86 billion kWh 2012
61 Serbia and Montenegro 35.9 billion kWh 2010
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 35.69 billion kWh 2010
Hot countries average (profile) 35.07 billion kWh 2010
62 Hungary 34.28 billion kWh 2012
63 Denmark 33.71 billion kWh 2011
64 Belarus 32.82 billion kWh 2010
65 Qatar 32.34 billion kWh 2011
Muslim countries average (profile) 31.18 billion kWh 2007
66 Libya 29.72 billion kWh 2010
67 Ireland 26.04 billion kWh 2011
68 Nigeria 24.87 billion kWh 2010
69 Slovakia 24.39 billion kWh 2011
70 Ecuador 21.84 billion kWh 2011
71 Morocco 21.13 billion kWh 2010
72 North Korea 21.04 billion kWh 2010
73 Puerto Rico 20.02 billion kWh 2011
74 Azerbaijan 19.44 billion kWh 2011
75 Oman 18.63 billion kWh 2010
76 Cuba 17.8 billion kWh 2011
77 Iceland 17.08 billion kWh 2011
78 Tajikistan 16.9 billion kWh 2012
79 Bosnia and Herzegovina 16.5 billion kWh 2010
80 Turkmenistan 15.66 billion kWh 2010
81 Slovenia 15.17 billion kWh 2011
82 Tunisia 15.14 billion kWh 2010
83 Kyrgyzstan 14.9 billion kWh 2011
84 Mozambique 14.83 billion kWh 2012
85 Lebanon 14.81 billion kWh 2010
86 Jordan 14.64 billion kWh 2011
87 Bahrain 13.16 billion kWh 2011
88 Dominican Republic 13.09 billion kWh 2011
89 Lithuania 12.27 billion kWh 2012
90 Estonia 12.19 billion kWh 2011
91 Sri Lanka 11.52 billion kWh 2011
92 Zambia 11.19 billion kWh 2010
Former French colonies average (profile) 9.8 billion kWh 2010
93 Georgia 9.69 billion kWh 2012
94 Uruguay 9.5 billion kWh 2011
95 Costa Rica 9.47 billion kWh 2010
96 Croatia 9.28 billion kWh 2012
97 Ghana 8.21 billion kWh 2010
98 Guatemala 8.15 billion kWh 2011
99 Trinidad and Tobago 8 billion kWh 2010
100 Zimbabwe 7.81 billion kWh 2010
101 Democratic Republic of the Congo 7.8 billion kWh 2010
102 Albania 7.48 billion kWh 2010
failed states average (profile) 7.48 billion kWh 2010
103 Armenia 7.43 billion kWh 2011
104 Burma 7.35 billion kWh 2010
105 Kenya 7.33 billion kWh 2010
106 Yemen 7.29 billion kWh 2010
107 Bhutan 7.23 billion kWh 2010
108 Sudan 7.19 billion kWh 2010
109 Bolivia 6.94 billion kWh 2012
110 Honduras 6.49 billion kWh 2010
111 Latvia 6.41 billion kWh 2010
112 Panama 6.32 billion kWh 2010
113 Republic of Macedonia 5.81 billion kWh 2012
114 Cameroon 5.76 billion kWh 2010
115 El Salvador 5.73 billion kWh 2011
116 Cote d'Ivoire 5.72 billion kWh 2010
117 Kosovo 5.16 billion kWh 2011
118 Angola 5.12 billion kWh 2010
119 Ethiopia 4.93 billion kWh 2010
120 Cyprus 4.57 billion kWh 2011
121 Mongolia 4.48 billion kWh 2010
122 Tanzania 4.3 billion kWh 2010
123 Jamaica 3.96 billion kWh 2010
124 Montenegro 3.94 billion kWh 2010
125 Nicaragua 3.82 billion kWh 2011
126 Brunei 3.72 billion kWh 2011
127 Nepal 3.43 billion kWh 2012
128 Papua New Guinea 3.35 billion kWh 2010
129 Senegal 2.77 billion kWh 2010
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 2.67 billion kWh 2010
130 Mauritius 2.63 billion kWh 2011
131 Uganda 2.41 billion kWh 2010
132 Malta 2.17 billion kWh 2011
133 Luxembourg 2.07 billion kWh 2011
134 New Caledonia 1.98 billion kWh 2010
135 Malawi 1.97 billion kWh 2010
136 The Bahamas 1.93 billion kWh 2010
137 Gabon 1.78 billion kWh 2010
138 Guam 1.73 billion kWh 2011
139 Namibia 1.64 billion kWh 2012
140 Suriname 1.57 billion kWh 2010
141 Laos 1.55 billion kWh 2010
142 Madagascar 1.21 billion kWh 2010
143 Martinique 1.21 billion kWh 2003
144 Netherlands Antilles 1.2 billion kWh 2006
145 Reunion 1.19 billion kWh 2003
146 Guadeloupe 1.17 billion kWh 2003
147 Cambodia 1.02 billion kWh 2011
148 Moldova 1.02 billion kWh 2011
149 Barbados 1 billion kWh 2011
150 Afghanistan 986.1 million kWh 2010
151 Aruba 980 million kWh 2010
152 Guinea 969 million kWh 2010
153 South Sudan 881.3 million kWh 2010
154 Fiji 836.1 million kWh 2011
155 Virgin Islands 794 million kWh 2011
156 Haiti 726 million kWh 2012
157 Mauritania 701 million kWh 2010
158 Guyana 700 million kWh 2010
159 Bermuda 675 million kWh 2011
160 French Polynesia 672 million kWh 2010
161 Burkina Faso 670 million kWh 2010
162 Cayman Islands 594 million kWh 2011
163 Macau 561 million kWh 2012
164 Congo, Republic of the 559 million kWh 2012
165 Belize 524.2 million kWh 2010
166 Mali 520 million kWh 2010
167 Swaziland 496 million kWh 2010
168 French Guiana 465.2 million kWh 2003
169 West Bank 445 million kWh 2010
170 Botswana 429.6 million kWh 2010
171 Saint Lucia 362 million kWh 2011
172 Liberia 335 million kWh 2010
173 Djibouti 325 million kWh 2010
174 Somalia 310 million kWh 2010
175 Maldives 301.1 million kWh 2010
176 Eritrea 292.5 million kWh 2010
177 Cape Verde 287 million kWh 2010
178 Seychelles 283 million kWh 2010
179 Rwanda 280.2 million kWh 2010
180 Greenland 276.6 million kWh 2010
181 Faroe Islands 261 million kWh 2011
182 Niger 250 million kWh 2010
183 The Gambia 230 million kWh 2010
184 Grenada 201.4 million kWh 2010
185 Turks and Caicos Islands 200 million kWh 2010
186 Lesotho 200 million kWh 2010
187 Federated States of Micronesia 192 million kWh 2002
188 Gibraltar 166.4 million kWh 2010
189 Central African Republic 160 million kWh 2010
190 American Samoa 155 million kWh 2011
191 Burundi 152 million kWh 2010
192 Sierra Leone 145 million kWh 2010
193 Benin 142.1 million kWh 2010
194 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 136 million kWh 2010
195 Saint Kitts and Nevis 135 million kWh 2010
196 East Timor 131.7 million kWh 2011
197 Togo 127.1 million kWh 2010
198 Samoa 120.2 million kWh 2010
199 Antigua and Barbuda 115 million kWh 2010
200 Dominica 100.5 million kWh 2010
201 Chad 98 million kWh 2010
202 Equatorial Guinea 97 million kWh 2010
203 Andorra 91.24 million kWh 2011
204 Austria 91.24 million kWh 2011
205 Western Sahara 90 million kWh 2010
206 Solomon Islands 82 million kWh 2010
207 Guinea-Bissau 67 million kWh 2010
208 Vanuatu 55 million kWh 2010
209 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 53 million kWh 2010
210 British Virgin Islands 50 million kWh 2010
211 Tonga 41 million kWh 2010
212 Comoros 40 million kWh 2010
213 Nauru 35 million kWh 2010
214 Cook Islands 31.13 million kWh 2010
215 Sao Tome and Principe 30 million kWh 2010
216 Kiribati 25 million kWh 2010
217 Montserrat 24 million kWh 2010
218 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) 19 million kWh 2010
219 Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha 8 million kWh 2010
220 Saint Helena 8 million kWh 2006
221 Niue 3 million kWh 2010
222 Northern Mariana Islands 60,600 kWh 2009
223 Gaza Strip 51,000 kWh 2011

Citation

"Countries Compared by Energy > Electricity > Production. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", 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/Production

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COUNTRIES COVERED
KWh 129
KWh > Per capita 127

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