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Energy > Nuclear energy > Consumption: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Number of terrawatt-hours of nuclear energy consumed per country per year. Figures are provided for the year 2002.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 United States 821.1 terawatt-hours 2002
2 France 437 terawatt-hours 2002
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 316.83 terawatt-hours 2002
3 Japan 314.9 terawatt-hours 2002
4 Germany 164.8 terawatt-hours 2002
5 Russia 141.6 terawatt-hours 2002
6 South Korea 119.1 terawatt-hours 2002
7 United Kingdom 88 terawatt-hours 2002
8 Ukraine 78 terawatt-hours 2002
9 Canada 75.2 terawatt-hours 2002
10 Sweden 68.8 terawatt-hours 2002
11 Spain 63 terawatt-hours 2002
12 Taiwan 39.6 terawatt-hours 2002
13 Switzerland 27.2 terawatt-hours 2002
14 China 25.9 terawatt-hours 2002
15 Finland 22.4 terawatt-hours 2002
16 Bulgaria 20.2 terawatt-hours 2002
17 India 19.4 terawatt-hours 2002
18 Czech Republic 18.7 terawatt-hours 2002
19 Slovakia 18.1 terawatt-hours 2002
20 Brazil 15.1 terawatt-hours 2002
21 Lithuania 14.1 terawatt-hours 2002
22 Hungary 14 terawatt-hours 2002
23 South Africa 12.6 terawatt-hours 2002
24 Mexico 9.8 terawatt-hours 2002
25 Argentina 5.8 terawatt-hours 2002
26 Romania 5.5 terawatt-hours 2002
27 Netherlands 3.9 terawatt-hours 2002
28 Pakistan 1.7 terawatt-hours 2002

Citation

"Countries Compared by Energy > Nuclear energy > Consumption. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", BP. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Nuclear-energy/Consumption

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