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Energy > Electricity > Conversion > Transport and distribution losses per capita: Countries Compared

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

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Norway 2,129.87 kWh 2005
2 Kuwait 2,102.06 kWh 2005
3 Canada 1,418.67 kWh 2005
4 Oman 1,395.93 kWh 2005
5 Sweden 1,296.52 kWh 2005
6 Iceland 1,283.98 kWh 2005
7 Qatar 1,240.93 kWh 2005
8 United Arab Emirates 1,069.2 kWh 2005
9 Guam 999.36 kWh 2005
10 Venezuela 966.96 kWh 2005
11 United States 894.97 kWh 2005
12 Australia 829.57 kWh 2005
13 Kyrgyzstan 824.39 kWh 2005
14 Estonia 819.41 kWh 2005
15 Russia 786.5 kWh 2005
16 Saudi Arabia 753.62 kWh 2005
17 New Zealand 735.14 kWh 2005
18 Hong Kong 719.78 kWh 2005
OPEC countries average (profile) 679.55 kWh 2005
19 Albania 667.37 kWh 2005
20 Malta 633.92 kWh 2005
21 Bulgaria 630.89 kWh 2005
High income OECD countries average (profile) 617.27 kWh 2005
22 Spain 598.18 kWh 2005
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina 578.38 kWh 2005
NATO countries average (profile) 575.94 kWh 2005
Non-religious countries average (profile) 573.26 kWh 2005
24 Finland 566.71 kWh 2005
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 565.54 kWh 2005
25 Cayman Islands 555.29 kWh 2005
26 Uruguay 539.22 kWh 2005
27 United Kingdom 534.98 kWh 2005
28 Libya 531.42 kWh 2005
29 Ukraine 526.42 kWh 2005
30 Greece 504.14 kWh 2005
31 Ireland 501.93 kWh 2005
32 Bahrain 494.58 kWh 2005
33 Czech Republic 491.12 kWh 2005
34 Azerbaijan 480.35 kWh 2005
35 Croatia 479.74 kWh 2005
36 Iran 477.2 kWh 2005
37 Slovenia 476.89 kWh 2005
European Union average (profile) 466.11 kWh 2005
Eastern Europe average (profile) 461.79 kWh 2005
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 455.64 kWh 2005
38 Syria 455.32 kWh 2005
39 Singapore 450.79 kWh 2005
40 Kazakhstan 449.99 kWh 2005
41 Puerto Rico 438.33 kWh 2005
Eurozone average (profile) 437.42 kWh 2005
42 Austria 417.24 kWh 2005
43 Argentina 412.86 kWh 2005
44 Moldova 409.16 kWh 2005
45 Paraguay 400.95 kWh 2005
46 Portugal 399.26 kWh 2005
47 Lebanon 398.06 kWh 2005
48 Belgium 396.62 kWh 2005
49 Japan 394.68 kWh 2005
50 Hungary 390.7 kWh 2005
51 Poland 381.58 kWh 2005
52 Belarus 376.07 kWh 2005
53 Dominican Republic 366.78 kWh 2005
54 Tajikistan 365.73 kWh 2005
55 Latvia 363.4 kWh 2005
56 Brazil 358.8 kWh 2005
57 Lithuania 357.32 kWh 2005
58 Germany 355.62 kWh 2005
59 Turkey 354.93 kWh 2005
60 Brunei 353.44 kWh 2005
Emerging markets average (profile) 348.84 kWh 2005
Muslim countries average (profile) 345.43 kWh 2005
61 Mexico 342.86 kWh 2005
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 339.48 kWh 2005
62 Armenia 332.02 kWh 2005
63 South Africa 323.76 kWh 2005
64 Turkmenistan 323.09 kWh 2005
65 Jamaica 322.22 kWh 2005
66 Slovakia 313.16 kWh 2005
67 Trinidad and Tobago 299.94 kWh 2005
Former British colonies average (profile) 288.5 kWh 2005
68 Denmark 287.3 kWh 2005
69 South Korea 285.18 kWh 2005
70 Chile 277.88 kWh 2005
71 Panama 276.3 kWh 2005
72 Netherlands 274.08 kWh 2005
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 273.52 kWh 2005
73 Macau 273.42 kWh 2005
74 Suriname 270.26 kWh 2005
75 Romania 270.13 kWh 2005
76 Georgia 260.01 kWh 2005
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 254.46 kWh 2005
77 Ecuador 244.68 kWh 2005
78 Jordan 244.13 kWh 2005
79 Egypt 239.41 kWh 2005
80 American Samoa 236.82 kWh 2005
81 Colombia 227.38 kWh 2005
82 Barbados 225.9 kWh 2005
83 Luxembourg 219.28 kWh 2005
84 Grenada 213.69 kWh 2005
85 Cuba 210.15 kWh 2005
86 Gabon 202.25 kWh 2005
South and Central Asia average (profile) 201.5 kWh 2005
87 Guyana 200.35 kWh 2005
88 Honduras 200.18 kWh 2005
89 Israel 199.56 kWh 2005
Religious countries average (profile) 197.15 kWh 2005
90 Algeria 183.53 kWh 2005
91 Costa Rica 183.53 kWh 2005
92 Saint Lucia 181.37 kWh 2005
93 Mauritius 177.76 kWh 2005
94 Thailand 163.44 kWh 2005
95 Tunisia 162.53 kWh 2005
96 Uzbekistan 160.7 kWh 2005
97 Cyprus 158.82 kWh 2005
98 India 155.09 kWh 2005
99 Namibia 154.91 kWh 2005
100 North Korea 152.06 kWh 2005
101 Pakistan 141.54 kWh 2005
102 New Caledonia 131.71 kWh 1998
103 China 130.89 kWh 2005
104 Nicaragua 120.8 kWh 2005
105 Bolivia 112.03 kWh 2005
106 Malaysia 106.13 kWh 2005
107 El Salvador 101.28 kWh 2005
108 Morocco 101.18 kWh 2005
109 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 101.15 kWh 2005
110 Dominica 99.23 kWh 2005
111 Antigua and Barbuda 96.89 kWh 2005
112 Seychelles 96.5 kWh 2005
113 Fiji 91.19 kWh 2005
114 Mozambique 89.26 kWh 2005
115 Peru 85.88 kWh 2005
116 Cape Verde 85.41 kWh 2005
117 Philippines 79.43 kWh 2005
118 Iraq 77.66 kWh 2005
119 Belize 77.23 kWh 2005
120 Botswana 76.77 kWh 2005
South Asia average (profile) 75.21 kWh 2005
121 Sri Lanka 74.02 kWh 2005
122 Vietnam 71.24 kWh 2005
123 Senegal 68.05 kWh 2005
124 Indonesia 66.95 kWh 2005
125 Zimbabwe 58.38 kWh 2005
126 Cote d'Ivoire 57.95 kWh 2005
127 Yemen 53.38 kWh 2005
128 Nigeria 49.28 kWh 2005
129 Guatemala 47.64 kWh 2005
130 Ghana 45.59 kWh 2005
131 Burma 41.83 kWh 2005
132 Papua New Guinea 39.37 kWh 2005
133 Bhutan 38.44 kWh 2005
134 Zambia 36.36 kWh 2005
135 Cameroon 36.11 kWh 2005
136 Bangladesh 34.93 kWh 2005
137 Kenya 29.79 kWh 2005
138 Tonga 29.71 kWh 2005
139 Maldives 26.88 kWh 2005
140 Angola 23.21 kWh 2005
141 Haiti 23 kWh 2005
142 Tanzania 21.04 kWh 2005
143 Sudan 20.45 kWh 2005
144 Nepal 18.62 kWh 2005
145 Togo 15.52 kWh 2005
146 Cambodia 14.82 kWh 2005
147 Benin 13.81 kWh 2005
148 Solomon Islands 12.78 kWh 2005
149 The Gambia 11.83 kWh 2005
150 Eritrea 9.48 kWh 2005
151 Malawi 8.9 kWh 2005
152 Rwanda 6.36 kWh 2005
153 Mauritania 6.36 kWh 2005
154 Liberia 6.12 kWh 2005
155 Afghanistan 6.03 kWh 2005
156 Democratic Republic of the Congo 5.09 kWh 2005
157 Ethiopia 3.77 kWh 2005
158 Burundi 3.6 kWh 2005
159 Somalia 2.83 kWh 2005
160 Niger 2.65 kWh 2005
161 Sierra Leone 1.95 kWh 2005
162 Madagascar 1.91 kWh 2005
163 Burkina Faso 1.49 kWh 2005
164 Central African Republic 0.757 kWh 2005
165 Mali 0.67 kWh 2005
166 Uganda 0.279 kWh 2005

Citation

"Countries Compared by Energy > Electricity > Conversion > Transport and distribution losses per capita. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Source: Energy Statistics Database | United Nations Statistics Division. Population figures from World Bank: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects, (2) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Report (various years), (3) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (4) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (5) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme, and (6) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electricity/Conversion/Transport-and-distribution-losses-per-capita

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