Ranking of global power generation in 2019 and global per capita power consumption in 2020

In 2019, the power generation of all countries and regions in the world will exceed 27 trillion kWh (27004.7twh) for the first time, with a year-on-year growth of 1.3%. In 2020, global coal-fired power generation will drop by 4% year-on-year in 2020, the largest decline in history.

Global power transmission


In 2019, China’s power generation continues to rank first in the world. According to BP’s report, “7503.4twh, a year-on-year increase of 4.7%, accounting for 27.8% of the global total power generation (since 2011, China’s power generation has been ranked first in the world).
In 2019, the power generation of the United States is about 4401.3twh (more than 4.4 trillion kwh), a year-on-year decrease of 1.3%, and its proportion in the global total power generation will drop to 16.3%, ranking second in the world. Third is India. The power generation in 2019 will be about 1558.7twh (close to 1.6 trillion kwh), an increase of 0.5%, accounting for about 5.8% of the global total. The fourth place is Russia, with power generation of 1118.1twh in 2019, a year-on-year growth of 0.8%, accounting for about 4.1% of the world’s total; The fifth place is Japan, with a power generation of 1036.3twh in 2019, a year-on-year decrease of 1.9% and a global share of 3.8%. The sixth place is Canada, with a power generation capacity of 660.4twh in 2019, a year-on-year growth of 1.2% and a global share of 2.4%; In 2019, Brazil’s power generation will catch up with that of Germany, with 625.6twh and 612.4twh respectively, accounting for about 2.3% of the world’s total. Then came South Korea (584.7twh, 9th), France (555.4twh, 10th), Saudi Arabia (357.4twh, 11th), Britain (323.7twh, 12th) and Iran (318.7twh, 13th). From the perspective of energy consumption structure, Japan is dominated by oil and coal, France is dominated by nuclear energy and oil, and Brazil is dominated by oil and hydropower.


The following is the ranking of power consumption per capita in the world:

Global per capita electricity consumption


The map shown here shows how this indicator varies by country. The shadow of the country corresponds to the size of the indicator. The deeper the shadow, the higher the value.

CountryElectricity consumption per capita (kwh per capita) 
Iceland50,4092020
Norway22,3512020
Kuwait19,3002020
Bahrain17,3492020
Qatar15,2362020
Finland14,8592020
Canada13,8542020
Sweden13,0852020
U.S.A11,7302020
The United Arab Emirates11,3292019
Luxembourg10,3042020
Taiwan10,0582020
Liechtenstein10,0572020
The Caymans9,8802020
South Korea, South9,7932020
New Caledonia 9,4452020
Australia9,0082020
Saudi Arabia8,6682020
Macao8,2632020
Trinidad and Tobago 8,1632020
Greenland8,1232020
Brunei8,1192020
New Zealand8,0202020
Oman7,9572020
Singapore7,6802020
Japan7,5192020
Austria7,2922020
Estonia7,1582020
Belgium7,0102020
Switzerland6,9562020
Germany6,6932020
France6,6442020
Russia6,4182020
Slovenia6,3732020
Israel6,3402020
Netherlands6,2962020
Puerto Rico6,1082020
Czech Republic5,8252020
Hong Kong5,7712020
Denmark5,6262020
Islas Malvinas5,5252016
Greece5,3632020
Ireland4,9612020
Kazakhstan4,9362020
Bahamas4,8982020
Slovakia4,8972020
Spain4,7882020
Italy4,7032020
britain4,7022020
Bulgaria4,6422020
Malta4,6412020
Montenegro 4,6042020
Portugal4,5562020
Serbia4,2512020
Malaysia4,1932020
Hungary4,0292020
Chile4,0262020
China3,9912020
Libya3,9622020
poland3,9032020
Lithuania3,8442020
Croatia3,7682020
South Africa3,6682020
Latvian3,6142020
Saint Kitts and Nevis3,5932020
Seychelles3,3912020
Barbados3,3612020
Belarus3,3472020
Uruguay3,1792020
Antigua and Barbuda 3,1352020
Bosnia and Herzegovina3,0952020
Ukraine3,0332020
Macedon, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedon3,0202020
Lebanon2,8722020
Suriname2,8712020
turkey2,8182020
Bhutan2,7922020
Iran2,7832020
Turkmenistan2,7292020
Thailand2,7212020
Argentina2,6612020
Andorra2,5882020
Venezuela2,5122020
Georgia2,5092020
Brazil2,4052020
Romania2,3302020
Nauru2,2812020
Panama2,2362020
Saint Lucia 2,0612020
Mexico2,0112020
Azerbaijan1,9832020
mauritius1,9762020
Costa Rica1,9252020
Mongolia1,8722020
Kyrgyzstan1,7642020
Armenian1,7512020
Albania1,6622020
Grenada1,6372020
Uzbekistan1,6052020
botswana1,5692020
Jordan1,5542020
Egypt1,5342020
Paraguay1,5162020
The Republic of Dominica1,4902020
Namibia1,4792020
Cuba1,4612020
Tajikistan1,4612020
Vietnam?1,4512020
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines1,4402020
Peru1,3982020
Dominican1,3952020
Columbia1,3902020
Ecuador1,3422020
Moldova1,3082020
Tunisia1,3032020
Algeria1,3022020
Eswatini1,2962020
Belize 1,1342020
Guyana1,0532020
Jamaica1,0142020
Iraq9892020
Gabon9282020
El Salvador9152020
Fei9082020
India8572020
Indonesia7992020
Morocco7942020
Honduras7822020
Laos7352020
Syria7302020
the Philippines7172020
bolivia6692020
Zambia6342020
Cape Verde6302020
Samoa6032020
Guatemala5892020
Nicaragua5792020
Equatorial Guinea5562020
Sri Lanka5542020
South Korea, North5422020
zimbabwe4892020
Tonga4562020
papua new guinea4462020
Lesotho4302020
Djibouti4092020
Pakistan3952020
Mozambique3842020
Cambodia3462020
The People’s Republic of Bangladesh3302020
Ghana3192020
Sao Tome and Principe2912020
Angola2782020
Sudan2662020
Mauritania2642020
Myanmar2642020
Kiribati2412020
Cameroon2312020
Senegal2222020
Vanuatu1962020
The Republic of Congo1722020
Nepal1642020
Mali1532020
Afghanistan1512020
Kenya1472020
Togo1462020
Solomon Islands1402020
Gambia,1302020
Yemen1232020
Nigeria1152020
Tanzania972020
Benin892020
Ethiopia842020
burkina faso 742020
The Democratic Republic of the Congo732020
Uganda722020
Malawi622020
Madagascar592020
Eritrean582020
Liberia552020
Niger472020
Comoros462020
Guinea442020
sierra leone422020
Rwanda412020
Haiti372020
burundi322020
Somalia272020
Central African Republic272020
Guinea-Bissau192020
Chad122020
Timor-Leste02020
Western Sahara02020

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Qingdao Hengfengyou Electrical Engineering Co., LTD., subordinate to Hengfengshuai Group, is an export-oriented enterprise with transmission and distribution industry as its main business, integrating product research and development, manufacturing and trade. Its main products include power transformers, medium and low voltage switch cabinets, circuit breakers and other power distribution equipment and power engineering services.

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