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Former French colonies Compared by Energy > Electricity > Consumption by households and other consumers per capita

DEFINITION: . Figures expressed per capita for the same year.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Lebanon 1,663.21 kWh 2005
2 Syria 698.62 kWh 2005
3 Tunisia 648.82 kWh 2005
4 Gabon 619.81 kWh 2005
5 Algeria 473.1 kWh 2005
6 Morocco 321.19 kWh 2005
7 Djibouti 315.48 kWh 2005
8 Vietnam 290.98 kWh 2005
9 Laos 122.61 kWh 2005
10 Cameroon 112.8 kWh 2005
11 Cote d'Ivoire 102.28 kWh 2005
12 Senegal 99.82 kWh 2005
13 Togo 72.92 kWh 2005
14 Benin 57.56 kWh 2005
15 Mauritania 48.63 kWh 2005
16 Mali 36.18 kWh 2005
17 Mozambique 33.32 kWh 2005
18 Madagascar 31.66 kWh 2005
19 Guinea 27.67 kWh 2005
20 Haiti 19.22 kWh 2005
21 Central African Republic 18.94 kWh 2005
22 Niger 18.58 kWh 2005
23 Burkina Faso 17.51 kWh 2005
24 Cambodia 13.48 kWh 2005
25 Chad 5.99 kWh 2005

Citation

Former French colonies Compared by Energy > Electricity > Consumption by households and other consumers per capita

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Interesting observations about Energy > Electricity > Consumption by households and other consumers per capita

  • Norway ranked first for electricity > consumption by households and other consumers per capita amongst Sparsely populated countries in 2005.
  • 4 of the bottom 64 countries by electricity > consumption by households and other consumers per capita are Cold countries'.
  • 38 of the bottom 185 countries by electricity > consumption by households and other consumers per capita are European.
  • 5 of the bottom 144 countries by electricity > consumption by households and other consumers per capita are High income OECD.
  • 6 of the bottom 129 countries by electricity > consumption by households and other consumers per capita are NATO.
  • 31 of the bottom 105 countries by electricity > consumption by households and other consumers per capita are Muslim.
  • 54 of the bottom 117 countries by electricity > consumption by households and other consumers per capita are Christian.
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