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International Electric Energy Usage/Demand

  • Human Development Index vs. Per Capita Electricity Use for selected countries
    April 2002 - Physics Today

    Human Development Index, a measure of human well-being, reaches its maximum plateau at about 4000 kWh of annual electricity use per capita. 60 nations are plotted, representing 90% of Earth's population.

  • The Evolution of Energy Consumption 1980 - 1997

    The electricity consumption per person has increased on average 4% per year from 1980 to 1997. At the same time, it has increased 33% per year in Paraguay and decreased 22% per year in Bosnie Herzogovina.

  • Cost Breakdowns - Renewable, Non-renewable, Consumer Usage/Demand, Business Usage/Demand

  • Renewable Electricity Usage/Demand (Solar, Wind, Hydro, Geothermal, Biomass, Tidal)

  • Non-renewable Electricity Usage/Demand (Fossil, Nuclear)

  • Consumer Usage/Demand

  • Business Usage/Demand

  • International Energy Demand

Data provided by (published 2003-04-03 by the Washington Post)

(graphic colorized by GENI)

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