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Cold countries Compared by Energy > Electric power transmission and distribution losses > KWh per capita

DEFINITION: Electric power transmission and distribution losses (kWh). Electric power transmission and distribution losses include losses in transmission between sources of supply and points of distribution and in the distribution to consumers, including pilferage. Figures expressed per capita for the same year.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Norway 2,078.1 2011
2 Iceland 1,576.73 2011
3 Sweden 1,118.51 2011
4 Canada 1,006.26 2011
5 United States 832.92 2011
6 Russia 734.49 2011
7 Estonia 708.25 2011
8 Republic of Macedonia 659.25 2011
9 Kyrgyzstan 600.22 2011
10 Switzerland 568.1 2011
11 Finland 469.54 2011
12 Ukraine 465.17 2011
13 Ireland 448.35 2011
14 United Kingdom 444 2011
15 Denmark 428.68 2011
16 Czech Republic 419.68 2011
17 Austria 415.85 2011
18 Bosnia and Herzegovina 403.46 2011
19 Slovenia 400.91 2011
20 Kazakhstan 384.51 2011
21 Hungary 379.47 2011
22 Belgium 376 2011
23 Belarus 360.18 2011
24 Tajikistan 345.62 2011
25 Romania 333.93 2011
26 Germany 314.12 2011
27 Armenia 304.98 2011
28 Latvia 299.29 2011
29 Lithuania 287.77 2011
30 Luxembourg 287.45 2011
31 Poland 276.07 2011
32 Chile 270.79 2011
33 Georgia 254.72 2011
34 Mongolia 233.82 2011
35 China 200.93 2011
36 North Korea 138.81 2011
37 Slovakia 95.4 2011
38 Nepal 41.87 2011

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