Country Comparison > Electricity - imports

RankCountryElectricity - imports (million kWh)
1United States72,720
2Italy43,180
3Brazil41,310
4Switzerland34,100
5Germany28,340
6Austria26,370
7Netherlands24,260
8Finland22,110
9Spain21,850
10France19,900
11Thailand19,830
12United Kingdom19,700
13Hungary17,950
14Denmark14,980
15Belgium14,650
16Sweden14,290
17Poland14,020
18Czech Republic13,820
19Slovakia13,250
20Iraq11,970
21Hong Kong11,620
22Lithuania11,110
23Uzbekistan10,840
24South Africa10,560
25Mozambique9,928
26Argentina9,851
27Greece9,833
28Croatia8,702
29Slovenia8,359
30Luxembourg7,718
31Turkey6,330
32Belarus6,319
33China6,185
34Norway5,741
35India5,617
36West Bank5,473
37Morocco5,289
38Serbia5,068
39Latvia4,828
40Portugal4,616
41Bulgaria4,568
42Afghanistan4,400
43Macau4,306
44Iran4,221
45Romania4,177
46Estonia3,577
47Mexico3,532
48Russia3,194
49Bosnia and Herzegovina3,084
50Namibia3,073
51Vietnam2,733
52Canada2,682
53Laos2,500
54Zimbabwe2,220
55Macedonia2,191
56Zambia2,185
57Nepal2,175
58Albania1,827
59Botswana1,673
60Cambodia1,583
61Malta1,525
62Mongolia1,446
63Georgia1,329
64Kazakhstan1,318
65Montenegro1,210
66United Arab Emirates1,141
67Togo1,140
68Benin1,088
69Swaziland1,077
70El Salvador1,066
71Ireland871
72Costa Rica807
73Mali800
74Niger779
75Guatemala747
76Indonesia693
77Burkina Faso630
78Kosovo557
79Ghana511
80Pakistan490
81Andorra471.3
82Colombia378
83Libya376
84Lesotho373
85Gabon344
86Jordan334
87Kyrgyzstan331
88Liechtenstein325.2
89Bahrain276
90Armenia275
91Algeria257
92Belize243
93Nicaragua205
94Honduras195
95Kenya184
96Tunisia134
97Azerbaijan114
98Tajikistan103
99Tanzania102
100Burundi100
101Bhutan84
102Ecuador82
103Ukraine77
104Lebanon69
105Cameroon55
106Egypt54
107Uganda50
108Rwanda42
109Malaysia33
110Panama30
111Uruguay24
112Peru22
113Congo, Democratic Republic of the20
114Congo, Republic of the18
115Moldova4
116Madagascar0
117Liberia0
118Montserrat0
119Malawi0
120Mauritius0
121Mauritania0
122Oman0
123Maldives0
124Vanuatu0
125Nigeria0
126New Caledonia0
127Niue0
128New Zealand0
129South Sudan0
130Paraguay0
131Nauru0
132Suriname0
133Korea, North0
134Kiribati0
135Korea, South0
136Kuwait0
137Japan0
138Jamaica0
139Israel0
140Iceland0
141Guinea0
142Guyana0
143Gaza Strip0
144Haiti0
145Gambia, The0
146Guam0
147Brunei0
148Chad0
149Sri Lanka0
150Solomon Islands0
151Bolivia0
152Burma0
153Aruba0
154Antigua and Barbuda0
155Angola0
156American Samoa0
157Barbados0
158Australia0
159Bermuda0
160Bahamas, The0
161Bangladesh0
162Ethiopia0
163Equatorial Guinea0
164Eritrea0
165Gibraltar0
166Grenada0
167Greenland0
168Fiji0
169Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0
170Micronesia, Federated States of0
171Faroe Islands0
172French Polynesia0
173Northern Mariana Islands0
174Djibouti0
175Dominica0
176Dominican Republic0
177Comoros0
178Chile0
179Cayman Islands0
180Central African Republic0
181Cuba0
182Cape Verde0
183Cook Islands0
184Papua New Guinea0
185Guinea-Bissau0
186Qatar0
187Saudi Arabia0
188Saint Pierre and Miquelon0
189Saint Kitts and Nevis0
190Seychelles0
191Philippines0
192Puerto Rico0
193Marshall Islands0
194Turks and Caicos Islands0
195Tonga0
196Trinidad and Tobago0
197Syria0
198Sierra Leone0
199Singapore0
200Somalia0
201Senegal0
202Saint Helena0
203Saint Lucia0
204Sudan0
205Virgin Islands0
206Yemen0
207Western Sahara0
208Samoa0
209Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0
210Venezuela0
211British Virgin Islands0
212East Timor0
213Sao Tome and Principe0
214Tuvalu0
215Taiwan0
216Turkmenistan0

Definition: This entry is the total imported electricity in kilowatt-hours.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2020

See also: Electricity - imports map

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