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Energy > Electricity > Production from coal sources > Kwh: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Sources of electricity refer to the inputs used to generate electricity. Coal refers to all coal and brown coal, both primary (including hard coal and lignite-brown coal) and derived fuels (including patent fuel, coke oven coke, gas coke, coke oven gas, and blast furnace gas). Peat is also included in this category.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 2.09 trillion kWh 2004
2 China 1.71 trillion kWh 2004
3 India 461.12 billion kWh 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 429.88 billion kWh 2004
4 Germany 308.13 billion kWh 2004
5 Japan 294.05 billion kWh 2004
6 South Africa 225.79 billion kWh 2004
Non-religious countries average (profile) 207.01 billion kWh 2004
7 Australia 189.67 billion kWh 2004
8 Russia 160.81 billion kWh 2004
9 Poland 143.49 billion kWh 2004
10 South Korea 142.26 billion kWh 2004
High income OECD countries average (profile) 136.98 billion kWh 2004
Emerging markets average (profile) 136.31 billion kWh 2004
11 United Kingdom 133.94 billion kWh 2004
12 Canada 103.09 billion kWh 2004
13 Spain 80.32 billion kWh 2004
14 Italy 50.88 billion kWh 2004
NATO countries average (profile) 50.56 billion kWh 2004
15 Czech Republic 50.52 billion kWh 2004
16 Indonesia 48.22 billion kWh 2004
17 Kazakhstan 46.8 billion kWh 2004
18 Ukraine 45.03 billion kWh 2004
European Union average (profile) 44.24 billion kWh 2004
Eurozone average (profile) 41.28 billion kWh 2003
19 Israel 37.01 billion kWh 2004
20 Greece 35.38 billion kWh 2004
21 Turkey 34.45 billion kWh 2004
22 France 28.61 billion kWh 2004
23 Netherlands 26.24 billion kWh 2004
24 Hong Kong 25.44 billion kWh 2004
25 Serbia and Montenegro 24.71 billion kWh 2003
26 Mexico 23.89 billion kWh 2004
27 Finland 23.57 billion kWh 2004
28 Malaysia 23.13 billion kWh 2004
29 Romania 21.77 billion kWh 2004
30 Thailand 20.01 billion kWh 2004
31 Bulgaria 19.11 billion kWh 2004
32 Denmark 18.68 billion kWh 2004
33 Philippines 16.19 billion kWh 2004
34 Portugal 14.86 billion kWh 2004
35 Morocco 13.03 billion kWh 2004
36 Belgium 11.48 billion kWh 2004
37 Brazil 10.37 billion kWh 2004
38 Estonia 9.52 billion kWh 2004
39 Austria 9.11 billion kWh 2004
40 North Korea 8.48 billion kWh 2004
41 Chile 8.36 billion kWh 2004
42 Hungary 8.34 billion kWh 2004
43 Ireland 7.72 billion kWh 2004
44 Vietnam 7.04 billion kWh 2004
45 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.56 billion kWh 2004
46 Slovakia 6.1 billion kWh 2004
47 Slovenia 5.19 billion kWh 2004
48 Zimbabwe 4.18 billion kWh 2004
49 New Zealand 4.16 billion kWh 2004
50 Colombia 3.04 billion kWh 2004
51 Sweden 2.51 billion kWh 2004
52 Croatia 2.14 billion kWh 2004
53 Dominican Republic 2.1 billion kWh 2004
54 Uzbekistan 2.01 billion kWh 2004
55 Argentina 1.67 billion kWh 2004
56 Botswana 1.21 billion kWh 2004
57 Guatemala 1.2 billion kWh 2004
58 Peru 916 million kWh 2004
59 Kyrgyzstan 524 million kWh 2004
60 Moldova 186 million kWh 2003
61 Pakistan 175 million kWh 2004
62 Norway 95 million kWh 2004
63 Malta 90 million kWh 1995
64 Tanzania 86 million kWh 2004
65 Luxembourg 84 million kWh 1997
66 Latvia 22 million kWh 2003
67 Zambia 17 million kWh 2004
68 Mozambique 16 million kWh 1993
69 Nigeria 14 million kWh 1992
70 Namibia 6 million kWh 2004
71 Burma 5 million kWh 1994
72 Belarus 4 million kWh 2004
73 Switzerland 1,000,000 kWh 1995

Citation

"Countries Compared by Energy > Electricity > Production from coal sources > Kwh. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Electricity/Production-from-coal-sources/Kwh

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