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Energy > Electricity > Station use and station loss: Countries Compared

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 206.4 billion kWh 2005
2 China 170.65 billion kWh 2005
3 Soviet Union 99.4 billion kWh 1991
4 Russia 65.56 billion kWh 2005
5 India 42.38 billion kWh 2005
6 Germany 41.26 billion kWh 2005
7 Japan 40.39 billion kWh 2005
Non-religious countries average (profile) 25.09 billion kWh 2005
8 Canada 19.99 billion kWh 2005
9 Australia 18.2 billion kWh 2005
10 United Kingdom 17.83 billion kWh 2005
11 South Korea 16.59 billion kWh 2005
High income OECD countries average (profile) 15.42 billion kWh 2005
Emerging markets average (profile) 15.31 billion kWh 2005
12 Ukraine 14.81 billion kWh 2005
Cold countries average (profile) 14.46 billion kWh 2004
13 South Africa 13.82 billion kWh 2005
14 Poland 13.39 billion kWh 2005
15 Spain 11.95 billion kWh 2005
16 Mexico 11.66 billion kWh 2005
17 East Germany 11 billion kWh 1990
18 Taiwan 10.82 billion kWh 2005
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 10.27 billion kWh 2005
South Asia average (profile) 9.41 billion kWh 2005
19 Kazakhstan 8.87 billion kWh 2005
20 Iran 7.5 billion kWh 2005
Former British colonies average (profile) 7.23 billion kWh 2005
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 7.11 billion kWh 2005
Eastern Europe average (profile) 7.05 billion kWh 2005
21 Turkey 6.49 billion kWh 2005
22 Czech Republic 6.39 billion kWh 2005
23 Kuwait 6.29 billion kWh 2005
NATO countries average (profile) 6.02 billion kWh 2005
24 Czechoslovakia 5.82 billion kWh 1991
25 Indonesia 5.3 billion kWh 2005
European Union average (profile) 5.19 billion kWh 2005
South and Central Asia average (profile) 4.98 billion kWh 2005
Eurozone average (profile) 4.97 billion kWh 2005
26 Philippines 4.64 billion kWh 2005
27 Greece 4.28 billion kWh 2005
28 Saudi Arabia 4.23 billion kWh 2005
29 Bulgaria 4.08 billion kWh 2005
30 Israel 4.07 billion kWh 2005
31 Netherlands 4.05 billion kWh 2005
32 Thailand 4.03 billion kWh 2005
33 Syria 3.99 billion kWh 2005
34 Romania 3.91 billion kWh 2005
35 Sweden 3.82 billion kWh 2005
36 Brazil 3.79 billion kWh 2005
37 Belgium 3.63 billion kWh 2005
38 Austria 3.57 billion kWh 2005
39 Pakistan 3.46 billion kWh 2005
40 Egypt 3.22 billion kWh 2005
41 Argentina 3.1 billion kWh 2005
OPEC countries average (profile) 2.8 billion kWh 2005
42 Malaysia 2.74 billion kWh 2005
43 Finland 2.74 billion kWh 2005
44 Uzbekistan 2.71 billion kWh 2005
45 Libya 2.66 billion kWh 2005
46 Hungary 2.54 billion kWh 2005
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 2.51 billion kWh 2005
47 United Arab Emirates 2.39 billion kWh 2005
48 Belarus 2.29 billion kWh 2005
49 North Korea 2.17 billion kWh 2005
50 Slovakia 2.16 billion kWh 2005
51 Yugoslavia 1.86 billion kWh 2005
52 Denmark 1.83 billion kWh 2005
53 Algeria 1.72 billion kWh 2005
54 Ireland 1.68 billion kWh 2005
Muslim countries average (profile) 1.66 billion kWh 2005
55 Portugal 1.59 billion kWh 2005
56 Singapore 1.53 billion kWh 2005
57 Vietnam 1.46 billion kWh 2005
58 New Zealand 1.45 billion kWh 2005
59 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.39 billion kWh 2005
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 1.38 billion kWh 2005
60 Venezuela 1.36 billion kWh 2005
61 Qatar 1.25 billion kWh 2005
62 Lithuania 1.2 billion kWh 2005
63 Chile 1.19 billion kWh 2005
64 Bangladesh 1.18 billion kWh 2005
65 Puerto Rico 1.13 billion kWh 1998
66 Norway 1.1 billion kWh 2005
67 Estonia 1.09 billion kWh 2005
68 Azerbaijan 1,000 million kWh 2005
69 Colombia 981.91 million kWh 2005
70 Slovenia 968 million kWh 2005
71 Cuba 934 million kWh 2005
72 Tunisia 883 million kWh 2005
73 Turkmenistan 823 million kWh 2005
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 810.24 million kWh 2005
74 Oman 625 million kWh 2005
75 Mongolia 621 million kWh 2005
76 Jordan 576 million kWh 2005
77 Nigeria 474 million kWh 2005
78 Croatia 464 million kWh 2005
79 Ecuador 394 million kWh 2005
80 Peru 381 million kWh 2005
81 Armenia 374 million kWh 2005
82 Yemen 372 million kWh 2005
83 Bahrain 366 million kWh 2005
84 Uganda 365 million kWh 2005
85 Zimbabwe 361 million kWh 2005
86 Nicaragua 294 million kWh 2005
87 Dominican Republic 292 million kWh 2005
88 Zambia 266 million kWh 2005
89 Paraguay 265.87 million kWh 2005
90 Trinidad and Tobago 258 million kWh 2005
91 Moldova 257 million kWh 2005
92 Burma 253 million kWh 2005
93 Ethiopia 251 million kWh 2005
94 Cyprus 246 million kWh 2005
95 Guatemala 232.81 million kWh 2005
96 Georgia 207 million kWh 2005
97 El Salvador 196 million kWh 2005
98 Latvia 191 million kWh 2005
99 Iceland 173 million kWh 2005
100 Uruguay 157 million kWh 2005
101 Angola 141 million kWh 2005
102 Congo, Republic of the 131 million kWh 2005
103 Nepal 122 million kWh 2005
104 Cote d'Ivoire 119 million kWh 2005
105 Netherlands Antilles 118 million kWh 2005
106 Papua New Guinea 105 million kWh 2005
107 Guam 103.5 million kWh 2005
108 Costa Rica 101.18 million kWh 2005
109 Tajikistan 98 million kWh 2005
110 Mozambique 91.33 million kWh 2005
111 Botswana 87 million kWh 2005
112 Senegal 78 million kWh 2005
113 Virgin Islands 70 million kWh 2005
114 Bermuda 68 million kWh 2005
=115 Panama 65 million kWh 2005
=115 Brunei 65 million kWh 2005
117 Sri Lanka 60 million kWh 2005
118 Guadeloupe 57 million kWh 2005
119 Gabon 56 million kWh 2005
120 Afghanistan 50 million kWh 2005
121 Mauritius 47 million kWh 2005
122 Macau 46 million kWh 2005
123 Morocco 43 million kWh 2005
=124 Martinique 42 million kWh 2005
=124 Mauritania 42 million kWh 2005
=126 Madagascar 35 million kWh 2005
=126 Fiji 35 million kWh 2005
=128 Ghana 34 million kWh 2005
=128 Kyrgyzstan 34 million kWh 2004
130 Barbados 33.47 million kWh 2005
131 Guyana 32.59 million kWh 2005
132 Luxembourg 31 million kWh 2005
=133 Suriname 30 million kWh 2005
=133 Bolivia 30 million kWh 2005
=133 Reunion 30 million kWh 2005
136 Democratic Republic of the Congo 29 million kWh 2005
137 Malta 26 million kWh 2005
=138 Malawi 20 million kWh 2005
=138 Cambodia 20 million kWh 2005
=138 French Polynesia 20 million kWh 2005
141 Honduras 18 million kWh 2005
142 Sudan 17 million kWh 2005
=143 Tanzania 16 million kWh 1996
=143 Rwanda 16 million kWh 2005
=143 Kenya 16 million kWh 2005
=143 Eritrea 16 million kWh 2005
=147 Swaziland 15 million kWh 2005
=147 Albania 15 million kWh 2005
=149 Cameroon 13 million kWh 1997
=149 Saint Lucia 13 million kWh 2005
=151 Jamaica 12 million kWh 2005
=151 Haiti 12 million kWh 2005
=153 Burkina Faso 10 million kWh 2005
=153 Liberia 10 million kWh 2005
=153 Guinea 10 million kWh 2005
=153 Somalia 10 million kWh 1999
=153 Western Sahara 10 million kWh 2005
=153 Chad 10 million kWh 2005
=153 Niger 10 million kWh 2005
=153 Faroe Islands 10 million kWh 2005
=153 Djibouti 10 million kWh 2005
162 Cape Verde 9.33 million kWh 2005
=163 Belize 8 million kWh 2005
=163 Maldives 8 million kWh 2005
=163 Mali 8 million kWh 2005
=166 American Samoa 7 million kWh 2005
=166 Samoa 7 million kWh 2005
=168 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 6 million kWh 2005
=168 Gibraltar 6 million kWh 2005
=168 Bhutan 6 million kWh 2005
=171 Palau 5 million kWh 2005
=171 French Guiana 5 million kWh 2005
=173 Sierra Leone 4 million kWh 2005
=173 The Gambia 4 million kWh 2005
=173 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 4 million kWh 2005
=173 Grenada 4 million kWh 2005
=173 Seychelles 4 million kWh 2005
=173 Antigua and Barbuda 4 million kWh 2005
179 British Virgin Islands 3 million kWh 2005
180 Burundi 2.4 million kWh 2005
=181 Togo 2 million kWh 2005
=181 Tonga 2 million kWh 2005
=181 Montserrat 2 million kWh 2005
=184 Saint Helena 1,000,000 kWh 2005
=184 Dominica 1,000,000 kWh 2005
=184 Benin 1,000,000 kWh 1997
=184 Comoros 1,000,000 kWh 2005

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