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High income OECD countries Compared by Energy > Electric power transmission and distribution losses > KWh

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.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 259.53 billion 2011
2 Japan 48.17 billion 2011
3 Canada 34.7 billion 2011
4 France 29.05 billion 2011
5 United Kingdom 27.86 billion 2011
6 Spain 26.79 billion 2011
7 Germany 25.69 billion 2011
8 Italy 20.85 billion 2011
9 South Korea 17.43 billion 2011
10 Australia 13.31 billion 2011
11 Poland 10.64 billion 2011
12 Sweden 10.57 billion 2011
13 Norway 10.29 billion 2011
14 Chile 4.69 billion 2011
15 Netherlands 4.61 billion 2011
16 Switzerland 4.5 billion 2011
17 Czech Republic 4.41 billion 2011
18 Belgium 4.15 billion 2011
19 Portugal 4.09 billion 2011
20 Austria 3.5 billion 2011
21 New Zealand 3.09 billion 2011
22 Greece 2.82 billion 2011
23 Finland 2.53 billion 2011
24 Denmark 2.39 billion 2011
25 Ireland 2.05 billion 2011
26 Israel 1.64 billion 2011
27 Estonia 949 million 2011
28 Slovenia 823 million 2011
29 Slovakia 515 million 2011
30 Iceland 503 million 2011
31 Luxembourg 149 million 2011

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