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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.

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

Country 2010 2011 2012
  Albania 1 947 2 195 2 118
  Austria 8 347 8 390 8 507
  Belarus 3 564 3 629 3 698
  Belgium 8 369 8 021 7 987
  Bulgaria 4 560 4 864 4 762
  Croatia 3 814 3 901 3 819
  Cyprus 4 623 4 271 4 057
  Czech Republic 6 348 6 299 6 305
  Denmark 6 328 6 168 6 039
  Estonia 6 506 6 314 6 689
  Finland 16 483 15 707 15 687
  France 7 736 7 217 7 344
  Germany 7 264 7 146 7 270
  Greece 5 318 5 380 5 511
  Hungary 3 876 3 895 3 919
  Iceland 51 440 52 374 53 203
  Ireland 5 911 5 661 5 665
  Italy 5 494 5 515 5 398
  Latvia 3 230 3 265 3 588
  Lithuania 3 471 3 530 3 608
  Luxembourg 16 830 15 586 14 696
  North Macedonia 3 521 3 825 3 626
  Malta 4 171 4 689 4 761
  Montenegro 5 420 5 752 5 416
  Netherlands 7 010 7 036 6 871
  Norway 24 891 23 510 23 658
  Poland 3 797 3 880 3 899
  Portugal 4 959 4 848 4 736
  Romania 2 551 2 639 2 604
  Russia 6 410 6 486 6 617
  Serbia 4 359 4 490 4 387
  Slovenia 6 521 6 806 6 778
  Spain 5 707 5 599 5 573
  Sweden 14 934 14 030 14 290
  Switzerland 8 175 7 928 7 886
  Turkey 2 498 2 709 2 794
  Ukraine 3 550 3 662 3 641
  United Kingdom 5 701 5 473 5 452

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ReferencesEdit

  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.

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