|1||China||4.69 trillion kWh||2011|
|2||United States||3.89 trillion kWh||2010|
|3||European Union||2.86 trillion kWh||2007|
|4||Russia||1.04 trillion kWh||2012|
|Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile)||1.01 trillion kWh||2007|
|5||Japan||859.7 billion kWh||2012|
|6||India||698.8 billion kWh||2010|
|7||Germany||549.1 billion kWh||2010|
|8||Canada||499.9 billion kWh||2010|
|9||France||471 billion kWh||2010|
|10||Brazil||455.8 billion kWh||2010|
|11||South Korea||455.1 billion kWh||2011|
|12||United Kingdom||329.3 billion kWh||2010|
|13||Italy||313.8 billion kWh||2011|
|High income OECD countries average (profile)||274.59 billion kWh||2010|
|Cold countries average (profile)||252.56 billion kWh||2005|
|Emerging markets average (profile)||251.39 billion kWh||2006|
|14||Spain||249.7 billion kWh||2011|
|15||Taiwan||242.2 billion kWh||2011|
|Non-religious countries average (profile)||237.58 billion kWh||2009|
|16||South Africa||234.2 billion kWh||2012|
|17||Australia||213.5 billion kWh||2010|
|18||Mexico||212.3 billion kWh||2010|
|19||Saudi Arabia||190.9 billion kWh||2010|
|South Asia average (profile)||185.46 billion kWh||2010|
|20||Iran||182.7 billion kWh||2010|
|Heavily indebted countries average (profile)||178.7 billion kWh||2010|
|21||Ukraine||175.3 billion kWh||2012|
|22||Turkey||170.4 billion kWh||2010|
|23||Thailand||169.4 billion kWh||2012|
|24||Indonesia||158 billion kWh||2011|
|25||Poland||155 billion kWh||2010|
|Former British colonies average (profile)||139.24 billion kWh||2010|
|26||Sweden||136 billion kWh||2010|
|NATO countries average (profile)||124.54 billion kWh||2010|
|27||Egypt||122.4 billion kWh||2010|
|28||Norway||120.9 billion kWh||2010|
|29||Malaysia||112 billion kWh||2012|
|30||Argentina||111.1 billion kWh||2010|
|31||Netherlands||110 billion kWh||2010|
|32||Vietnam||104 billion kWh||2012|
|Europe average (profile)||100.32 billion kWh||2001|
|European Union average (profile)||100.29 billion kWh||2010|
|Eurozone average (profile)||99.97 billion kWh||2010|
|Former Soviet republics average (profile)||92.05 billion kWh||2006|
|33||Kazakhstan||88.11 billion kWh||2011|
|Christian countries average (profile)||86.77 billion kWh||2001|
|34||United Arab Emirates||85.17 billion kWh||2010|
|35||Venezuela||85.05 billion kWh||2011|
|36||Finland||84.83 billion kWh||2010|
|37||Belgium||84.68 billion kWh||2010|
|Eastern Europe average (profile)||78.83 billion kWh||2001|
|Religious countries average (profile)||73.58 billion kWh||2005|
|38||Pakistan||70.1 billion kWh||2011|
|South and Central Asia average (profile)||67.25 billion kWh||2006|
|OPEC countries average (profile)||64.5 billion kWh||2010|
|Catholic countries average (profile)||63.78 billion kWh||2005|
|39||Czech Republic||61.19 billion kWh||2010|
|40||Switzerland||60.42 billion kWh||2011|
|Sparsely populated countries average (profile)||57.52 billion kWh||2005|
|41||Philippines||56.84 billion kWh||2010|
|42||Greece||56.4 billion kWh||2010|
|Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile)||56.17 billion kWh||2010|
|43||Chile||53.93 billion kWh||2010|
|44||Romania||53.74 billion kWh||2011|
|45||Portugal||50.26 billion kWh||2010|
|46||Israel||48.73 billion kWh||2010|
|47||Kuwait||46.71 billion kWh||2010|
|48||Colombia||45.35 billion kWh||2010|
|49||Hong Kong||45.07 billion kWh||2012|
|50||Uzbekistan||44.51 billion kWh||2010|
|51||New Zealand||40.76 billion kWh||2010|
|52||Singapore||40.62 billion kWh||2010|
|53||Bangladesh||38.89 billion kWh||2010|
|54||Serbia||37.37 billion kWh||2012|
|55||Hungary||36.13 billion kWh||2012|
|56||Syria||35.61 billion kWh||2010|
|57||Iraq||35.12 billion kWh||2010|
|58||Peru||34.25 billion kWh||2011|
|59||Serbia and Montenegro||34.1 billion kWh||2010|
|60||Algeria||33.68 billion kWh||2010|
|61||Denmark||33.56 billion kWh||2010|
|62||Belarus||31.74 billion kWh||2010|
|Muslim countries average (profile)||30.95 billion kWh||2010|
|Latin America and Caribbean average (profile)||30.59 billion kWh||2007|
|63||Bulgaria||30.46 billion kWh||2010|
|64||Slovakia||26.27 billion kWh||2010|
|65||Ireland||26.1 billion kWh||2011|
|66||Libya||25.24 billion kWh||2010|
|Hot countries average (profile)||25 billion kWh||2005|
|Former Spanish colonies average (profile)||24.28 billion kWh||2006|
|67||Morocco||23.61 billion kWh||2010|
|68||Qatar||20.51 billion kWh||2010|
|69||Nigeria||20.38 billion kWh||2010|
|70||Puerto Rico||19.43 billion kWh||2010|
|71||North Korea||17.62 billion kWh||2010|
|72||Croatia||16.7 billion kWh||2012|
|73||Iceland||16.23 billion kWh||2010|
|74||Tajikistan||15.9 billion kWh||2012|
|75||Oman||15.32 billion kWh||2010|
|76||Ecuador||14.92 billion kWh||2010|
|77||Lebanon||14.19 billion kWh||2010|
|78||Cuba||13.64 billion kWh||2010|
|79||Azerbaijan||13.57 billion kWh||2010|
|80||Jordan||13.54 billion kWh||2011|
|81||Tunisia||13.29 billion kWh||2010|
|82||Dominican Republic||13.11 billion kWh||2010|
|83||Bahrain||12.97 billion kWh||2011|
|84||Slovenia||12.6 billion kWh||2010|
|85||Zimbabwe||12.57 billion kWh||2010|
|86||Turkmenistan||11.12 billion kWh||2010|
|87||Bosnia and Herzegovina||11.07 billion kWh||2010|
|88||Lithuania||10.3 billion kWh||2012|
|89||Mozambique||10.19 billion kWh||2012|
|90||Sri Lanka||10 billion kWh||2011|
|Former French colonies average (profile)||9.92 billion kWh||2010|
|91||Georgia||9.38 billion kWh||2012|
|92||Costa Rica||8.53 billion kWh||2010|
|93||Guatemala||8.16 billion kWh||2011|
|=94||Uruguay||7.96 billion kWh||2011|
|=94||Zambia||7.96 billion kWh||2010|
|96||Estonia||7.95 billion kWh||2010|
|97||Trinidad and Tobago||7.59 billion kWh||2010|
|98||Kyrgyzstan||7.33 billion kWh||2010|
|99||Republic of Macedonia||7.25 billion kWh||2012|
|100||Paraguay||6.78 billion kWh||2010|
|101||Latvia||6.56 billion kWh||2010|
|102||Luxembourg||6.45 billion kWh||2010|
|103||Bolivia||6.3 billion kWh||2011|
|failed states average (profile)||6.29 billion kWh||2010|
|104||Democratic Republic of the Congo||6.2 billion kWh||2010|
|105||Kenya||6.15 billion kWh||2010|
|106||Burma||6.09 billion kWh||2010|
|107||Armenia||5.8 billion kWh||2011|
|108||El Salvador||5.76 billion kWh||2011|
|109||Kosovo||5.67 billion kWh||2011|
|110||Sudan||5.67 billion kWh||2010|
|111||Yemen||5.51 billion kWh||2010|
|112||Nepal||5.35 billion kWh||2012|
|113||Ghana||5.31 billion kWh||2010|
|114||Cameroon||5.18 billion kWh||2010|
|115||Panama||5.17 billion kWh||2010|
|116||Honduras||4.85 billion kWh||2010|
|117||Cyprus||4.79 billion kWh||2010|
|118||Albania||4.67 billion kWh||2010|
|119||Angola||4.59 billion kWh||2010|
|120||West Bank||4.57 billion kWh||2010|
|121||Ethiopia||4.45 billion kWh||2010|
|122||Macau||4.21 billion kWh||2012|
|123||Mongolia||3.95 billion kWh||2010|
|124||Cote d'Ivoire||3.87 billion kWh||2010|
|125||Namibia||3.63 billion kWh||2012|
|126||Moldova||3.57 billion kWh||2011|
|127||Tanzania||3.4 billion kWh||2010|
|128||Brunei||3.39 billion kWh||2011|
|129||Montenegro||3.28 billion kWh||2010|
|130||Botswana||3.12 billion kWh||2011|
|131||Papua New Guinea||3.12 billion kWh||2010|
|132||Jamaica||3.07 billion kWh||2010|
|133||Nicaragua||2.94 billion kWh||2011|
|134||Cambodia||2.57 billion kWh||2011|
|135||Afghanistan||2.49 billion kWh||2010|
|Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile)||2.44 billion kWh||2010|
|136||Mauritius||2.36 billion kWh||2010|
|137||Laos||2.23 billion kWh||2010|
|138||Senegal||2.22 billion kWh||2010|
|139||Uganda||2.19 billion kWh||2010|
|140||New Caledonia||1.84 billion kWh||2010|
|141||Malawi||1.83 billion kWh||2010|
|142||The Bahamas||1.79 billion kWh||2010|
|143||Bhutan||1.68 billion kWh||2010|
|144||Guam||1.64 billion kWh||2010|
|145||Malta||1.6 billion kWh||2010|
|146||Gabon||1.44 billion kWh||2010|
|147||Suriname||1.42 billion kWh||2010|
|148||Madagascar||1.13 billion kWh||2010|
|149||Martinique||1.12 billion kWh||2003|
|150||Reunion||1.11 billion kWh||2003|
|151||Guadeloupe||1.08 billion kWh||2003|
|152||Swaziland||1.06 billion kWh||2010|
|153||Netherlands Antilles||992 million kWh||2006|
|154||Barbados||986 million kWh||2010|
|155||Aruba||911.4 million kWh||2010|
|156||Guinea||901.2 million kWh||2010|
|157||Benin||870.1 million kWh||2010|
|158||Niger||832.5 million kWh||2010|
|159||Fiji||808.3 million kWh||2010|
|160||Burkina Faso||773.1 million kWh||2010|
|161||Virgin Islands||767.3 million kWh||2010|
|162||South Sudan||694.1 million kWh||2010|
|163||Togo||676.1 million kWh||2010|
|164||Mauritania||651.9 million kWh||2010|
|165||Bermuda||638.4 million kWh||2010|
|166||Jersey||630.1 million kWh||2004|
|167||Belize||630 million kWh||2011|
|168||French Polynesia||625 million kWh||2010|
|169||Congo, Republic of the||588 million kWh||2012|
|=170||Andorra||562.4 million kWh||2012|
|=170||Austria||562.4 million kWh||2012|
|172||Cayman Islands||552 million kWh||2010|
|173||Guyana||512 million kWh||2010|
|174||Mali||483.6 million kWh||2010|
|175||French Guiana||432.6 million kWh||2003|
|176||Saint Lucia||332.9 million kWh||2010|
|177||Rwanda||319.6 million kWh||2010|
|178||Liberia||311.6 million kWh||2010|
|179||Lesotho||307 million kWh||2010|
|180||Djibouti||302.3 million kWh||2010|
|181||Somalia||288.3 million kWh||2010|
|182||Maldives||280 million kWh||2010|
|183||Greenland||279 million kWh||2010|
|184||Cape Verde||266.9 million kWh||2010|
|185||Seychelles||263.2 million kWh||2010|
|186||Eritrea||253.5 million kWh||2010|
|187||Faroe Islands||249 million kWh||2010|
|188||Burundi||221.4 million kWh||2010|
|189||The Gambia||213.9 million kWh||2010|
|190||Haiti||208.5 million kWh||2012|
|191||Turks and Caicos Islands||186 million kWh||2010|
|192||Federated States of Micronesia||178.6 million kWh||2002|
|193||Grenada||178.4 million kWh||2010|
|194||Gibraltar||154.7 million kWh||2010|
|195||Central African Republic||148.8 million kWh||2010|
|196||American Samoa||147.9 million kWh||2010|
|197||Mayotte||139.2 million kWh||2005|
|198||Sierra Leone||134.9 million kWh||2010|
|199||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||126.5 million kWh||2010|
|200||Saint Kitts and Nevis||125.6 million kWh||2010|
|201||Samoa||111.8 million kWh||2010|
|202||Antigua and Barbuda||107 million kWh||2010|
|203||Dominica||93.47 million kWh||2010|
|204||Chad||91.14 million kWh||2010|
|205||Equatorial Guinea||90.21 million kWh||2010|
|206||Western Sahara||83.7 million kWh||2010|
|207||Solomon Islands||76.26 million kWh||2010|
|208||East Timor||67.59 million kWh||2011|
|209||Guinea-Bissau||62.31 million kWh||2010|
|210||Vanuatu||51.15 million kWh||2010|
|211||Saint Pierre and Miquelon||49.29 million kWh||2010|
|212||British Virgin Islands||46.5 million kWh||2010|
|213||Anguilla||42.6 million kWh||2006|
|214||Tonga||38.13 million kWh||2010|
|215||Comoros||37.2 million kWh||2010|
|216||Nauru||32.55 million kWh||2010|
|217||Cook Islands||28.95 million kWh||2010|
|218||Sao Tome and Principe||27.9 million kWh||2010|
|219||Kiribati||23.25 million kWh||2010|
|220||Montserrat||22.32 million kWh||2010|
|221||Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)||17.67 million kWh||2010|
|=222||Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha||7.44 million kWh||2010|
|=222||Saint Helena||7.44 million kWh||2006|
|224||Niue||2.79 million kWh||2010|
|225||Johnston Atoll||2 million kWh||2003|
|226||Gaza Strip||202,000 kWh||2009|
|227||Northern Mariana Islands||48,300 kWh||2009|
"Countries Compared by Energy > Electricity > Consumption. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electricity/Consumption
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"Countries Compared by Energy > Electricity > Consumption. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster., http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electricity/Consumption (last visited 2001-2012)
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- All of the top 2 countries by electricity > consumption are Cold countries'.
- China has ranked in the top 2 for electricity > consumption since 2005.
- Russia ranked first for electricity > consumption amongst Europe in 2012.
- Northern Mariana Islands has ranked last for electricity > consumption since 2008.
- Japan has ranked in the top 2 for electricity > consumption since 2006.
- 9 of the top 14 countries by electricity > consumption are High income OECD.
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- European Union has ranked in the top 2 for electricity > consumption since 2001.
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