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High income OECD countries Compared by Economy > Electricity > Production

DEFINITION: This entry is 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.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 3.95 trillion kWh 2009
2 Japan 982.3 billion kWh 2009
3 Canada 604.4 billion kWh 2009
4 Germany 556.4 billion kWh 2009
5 France 510 billion kWh 2009
6 South Korea 417.3 billion kWh 2009
7 United Kingdom 346 billion kWh 2009
8 Spain 275.1 billion kWh 2009
9 Italy 269.6 billion kWh 2009
10 Australia 232 billion kWh 2009
11 Poland 141.8 billion kWh 2009
12 Norway 129.9 billion kWh 2009
13 Sweden 129.4 billion kWh 2009
14 Netherlands 105.7 billion kWh 2009
15 Belgium 84.2 billion kWh 2009
16 Czech Republic 77.02 billion kWh 2009
17 Finland 67.94 billion kWh 2009
18 Switzerland 64.08 billion kWh 2009
19 Austria 62.98 billion kWh 2009
20 Chile 60.28 billion kWh 2008
21 Israel 53.04 billion kWh 2008
22 Greece 51.5 billion kWh 2009
23 Portugal 46.53 billion kWh 2009
24 New Zealand 42 billion kWh 2009
25 Denmark 34.15 billion kWh 2009
26 Ireland 27.28 billion kWh 2010
27 Slovakia 24.7 billion kWh 2009
28 Iceland 16.48 billion kWh 2009
29 Slovenia 13 billion kWh 2009
30 Estonia 8.78 billion kWh 2009
31 Luxembourg 2.67 billion kWh 2009

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High income OECD countries Compared by Economy > Electricity > Production

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Interesting observations about Economy > Electricity > Production

  • 10 of the top 16 countries by electricity > production are Christian.
  • United States has had the highest electricity > production since 2008.
  • 108 of the top 208 countries by electricity > production are Hot countries.
  • 3 of the top 6 countries by electricity > production are Former British Colonies'.
  • China has ranked #2 in electricity > production since 2008.
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