Country Comparison > Electricity - production

RankCountryElectricity - production (billion kWh)
1China5,883
2United States4,095
3India1,386
4Russia1,031
5Japan989.3
6Canada649.6
7Germany612.8
8Brazil567.9
9France529.1
10Korea, South526
11Saudi Arabia324.1
12United Kingdom318.2
13Mexico302.7
14Italy275.3
15Iran272.3
16Turkey261.9
17Spain258.6
18Taiwan246.1
19Australia243
20Indonesia235.4
21South Africa234.5
22Egypt183.5
23Thailand181.5
24Vietnam158.2
25Poland156.9
26Ukraine153.6
27Sweden152.9
28Malaysia148.3
29Norway147.7
30Argentina131.9
31United Arab Emirates121.8
32Pakistan109.7
33Venezuela109.3
34Netherlands109.3
35Kazakhstan100.8
36Philippines86.59
37Belgium79.83
38Czech Republic77.39
39Chile76.09
40Iraq75.45
41Colombia74.92
42Algeria66.89
43Finland66.54
44Kuwait65.95
45Paraguay63.13
46Israel63.09
47Romania61.78
48Austria60.78
49Bangladesh60.51
50Switzerland59.01
51Portugal56.9
52Uzbekistan55.55
53Greece52.05
54Peru50.13
55Singapore48.66
56New Zealand42.53
57Bulgaria42.29
58Qatar39.78
59Serbia36.54
60Hong Kong35.97
61Libya34.24
62Oman32.16
63Belarus31.58
64Hungary30.22
65Denmark29.84
66Laos29.74
67Nigeria29.35
68Morocco28.75
69Ireland28.53
70Bahrain26.81
71Ecuador26.5
72Slovakia25.32
73Azerbaijan23.57
74Turkmenistan21.18
75Puerto Rico20.95
76Cuba19.28
77Jordan18.6
78Tunisia18.44
79Mozambique18.39
80Iceland18.17
81Dominican Republic18.03
82Lebanon17.59
83Burma17.32
84Syria17.07
85Tajikistan17.03
86Bosnia and Herzegovina16.99
87Korea, North16.57
88Slovenia15.46
89Sudan13.99
90Sri Lanka13.66
91Georgia13.24
92Uruguay13.13
93Kyrgyzstan13.04
94Ghana12.52
95Croatia12.2
96Guatemala12.12
97Estonia11.55
98Zambia11.55
99Ethiopia11.15
100Costa Rica10.79
101Panama10.6
102Angola10.2
103Trinidad and Tobago10.07
104Kenya9.63
105Congo, Democratic Republic of the9.05
106Bolivia8.95
107Honduras8.5
108Cameroon8.11
109Bhutan7.88
110Albania7.14
111Armenia6.95
112Zimbabwe6.8
113Tanzania6.7
114Latvia6.24
115El Salvador5.83
116Kosovo5.64
117Moldova5.49
118Macedonia5.4
119Mongolia5.34
120Cambodia5.21
121Yemen4.78
122Nicaragua4.45
123Nepal4.24
124Senegal4.17
125Brunei4.01
126Jamaica4.01
127Papua New Guinea3.48
128Uganda3.46
129Lithuania3.13
130Montenegro3.05
131New Caledonia2.94
132Mauritius2.9
133Botswana2.53
134Mali2.49
135Gabon2.24
136Suriname1.97
137Bahamas, The1.78
138Guam1.72
139Madagascar1.71
140Congo, Republic of the1.7
141Malawi1.42
142Namibia1.4
143Afghanistan1.21
144Mauritania1.14
145West Bank1.09
146Haiti1.02
147Guyana1.01
148Barbados1.01
149Burkina Faso0.99
150Aruba0.94
151Macau0.93
152Fiji0.91
153Malta0.81
154Virgin Islands0.7
155French Polynesia0.68
156Cayman Islands0.65
157Bermuda0.65
158Marshall Islands0.65
159Guinea0.6
160Greenland0.54
161Rwanda0.52
162Lesotho0.51
163Equatorial Guinea0.5
164Niger0.49
165Eritrea0.42
166South Sudan0.41
167Djibouti0.41
168Maldives0.4
169Cape Verde0.4
170Swaziland0.38
171Saint Lucia0.37
172Seychelles0.35
173Somalia0.34
174Benin0.34
175Luxembourg0.33
176Antigua and Barbuda0.33
177Faroe Islands0.31
178Gambia, The0.3
179Burundi0.3
180Liberia0.3
181Sierra Leone0.3
182Belize0.28
183Gibraltar0.24
184Turks and Caicos Islands0.23
185Togo0.23
186Chad0.22
187Saint Kitts and Nevis0.21
188Grenada0.2
189Micronesia, Federated States of0.19
190Central African Republic0.17
191American Samoa0.17
192Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.16
193Samoa0.13
194British Virgin Islands0.13
195Dominica0.11
196Solomon Islands0.1
197Andorra0.1
198Liechtenstein0.07
199Sao Tome and Principe0.07
200Vanuatu0.06
201Tonga0.05
202Saint Pierre and Miquelon0.05
203Comoros0.04
204Guinea-Bissau0.04
205Cook Islands0.03
206Kiribati0.03
207Nauru0.02
208Montserrat0.02
209Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0.02
210Tuvalu0.01
211Saint Helena0.01
212Niue0
213Northern Mariana Islands0
214Gaza Strip0
215Western Sahara0
216East Timor0

Definition: This entry is the annual electricity generated expressed in kilowatt-hours. The discrepancy between the amount of electricity generated and/or imported and the amount consumed and/or exported is accounted for as loss in transmission and distribution.

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

See also: Electricity - production map

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