European countries by electricity consumption per person


The map data is for year 2012 from the World Bank.[1] Numbers are in kWh per year.

Table


The table uses 2012 data from the World Bank.[2] Numbers are in kWh per year.

Country201020112012
Albania1 9472 1952 118
Austria8 3478 3908 507
Belarus3 5643 6293 698
Belgium8 3698 0217 987
Bosnia and Herzegovina3 1553 3433 479
Bulgaria4 5604 8644 762
Croatia3 8143 9013 819
Cyprus4 6234 2714 057
Czech Republic6 3486 2996 305
Denmark6 3286 1686 039
Estonia6 5066 3146 689
Finland16 48315 70715 687
France7 7367 2177 344
Germany7 2647 1467 270
Greece5 3185 3805 511
Hungary3 8763 8953 919
Iceland51 44052 37453 203
Ireland5 9115 6615 665
Italy5 4945 5155 398
Latvia3 2303 2653 588
Lithuania3 4713 5303 608
Luxembourg16 83015 58614 696
North Macedonia3 5213 8253 626
Malta4 1714 6894 761
Montenegro5 4205 7525 416
Netherlands7 0107 0366 871
Norway24 89123 51023 658
Poland3 7973 8803 899
Portugal4 9594 8484 736
Romania2 5512 6392 604
Russia6 4106 4866 617
Serbia4 3594 4904 387
Slovenia6 5216 8066 778
Spain5 7075 5995 573
Sweden14 93414 03014 290
Switzerland8 1757 9287 886
Turkey2 4982 7092 794
Ukraine3 5503 6623 641
United Kingdom5 7015 4735 452

See also


Plotted maps

References


  1. "Electric power consumption (kWh per capita)". The World Bank. Retrieved 11 August 2015.
  2. "Electric power consumption (kWh per capita)". The World Bank. Retrieved 11 August 2015.