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Cold countries Compared by Energy > Electricity > Production per capita

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. Figures expressed per capita for the same year.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Iceland 52,873.01 kWh 2009
2 Norway 29,927.36 kWh 2008
3 Canada 18,604.5 kWh 2007
4 Sweden 15,719.12 kWh 2007
5 Finland 14,574.47 kWh 2008
6 United States 13,515.56 kWh 2008
7 Switzerland 8,587.48 kWh 2009
8 Austria 8,230.45 kWh 2009
9 Czech Republic 7,842.91 kWh 2009
10 Belgium 7,805.6 kWh 2007
11 Germany 7,228.96 kWh 2007
12 Denmark 6,625.87 kWh 2008
13 Estonia 6,550.17 kWh 2009
14 Russia 6,524.56 kWh 2009
15 Slovenia 6,373.58 kWh 2009
16 Luxembourg 6,270.92 kWh 2007
17 Ireland 6,096.97 kWh 2010
18 United Kingdom 6,083.3 kWh 2007
19 Greenland 5,508.81 kWh 2008
20 Kazakhstan 4,871.54 kWh 2009
21 Slovakia 4,779.84 kWh 2009
22 Poland 3,916.52 kWh 2007
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3,783.63 kWh 2009
24 Hungary 3,754.99 kWh 2010
25 Ukraine 3,754.35 kWh 2009
26 Chile 3,635.51 kWh 2007
27 Lithuania 3,581.57 kWh 2007
28 Belarus 3,129.71 kWh 2007
29 Kyrgyzstan 3,029.38 kWh 2007
30 Romania 2,703.41 kWh 2007
31 China 2,605.21 kWh 2008
32 Tajikistan 2,161.83 kWh 2009
33 Bhutan 2,100.66 kWh 2009
34 Latvia 2,029.79 kWh 2007
35 Armenia 1,854.25 kWh 2007
36 Georgia 1,818.06 kWh 2008
37 Mongolia 1,508.11 kWh 2009
38 North Korea 928.07 kWh 2008
39 Nepal 97.95 kWh 2009

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