List of countries by electricity production from renewable sources

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This article is a list of countries by electricity production from renewable sources (renewable electricity) every year.

World top 10 renewable electricity producers[edit]

Measurements are in TW·h/year (terawatt-hours per year), equal to 1 billion Kilowatt-hours per year.

Rank Country Year Total[1] Hydroelectricity[2] Wind Power[3] Biomass and Waste[4] Solar[5] Geothermal[6]
1 China China 2011 797.4 687.1 73.2 34 3
European Union European Union[7] 2010 699.3 397.7 149.1 123.3 23.1 5.6
2 United States United States 2011 520.1 325.1 119.7 56.7 1.81 17.0
3 Brazil Brazil 2011 459.2 424.3 2.71 32.2 0.0002
4 Canada Canada 2011 399.1 372.6 19.7 6.4 0.43
5 Russia Russia 2010 166.6 163.3 0.004 2.8 0 0.47
6 India India 2011 162 131 26 4 1
7 Germany Germany 2012 136.1 21.2 45.3 40.9 28.0 0.03
8 Norway Norway 2011 121.4 119.6 1.29 0.48 0.02
9 Japan Japan 2011 116.4 82.5 4.35 23.1 3.80 2.89
10 Italy Italy 2012 89.7 43.2 13.3 9.2 (2010)[8] 18.6 5.2

All countries[edit]

Country Year Total renewable (TWh) Hydro
(GWh) [9]
Wind
(GWh)[10]
Biomass
(GWh)
Solar
(GWh)[11]
Geothermal
(GWh)[6]
 % of total
generation
Ref
 Afghanistan 2008 520 62.50
 Albania 2010 7.702 7,702 100.00 [12]
 Algeria 2009 310 0.77
 Angola 2008 3,804 96.45
 Argentina 2008 29,955 40 1,551 27.33
 Armenia 2008 1,779 2 30.38
Australia Australia 2011 29.302 19,685 6,432 2,500 684.4 0.5 9.64 [13]
 Austria 2008 40,678 2,014 4,264 28 2 70.02
 Azerbaijan 2008 2,210 9.80
 Bangladesh 2008 1,459 4.43
 Belarus 2008 39 1 77 0.35
 Belgium 2011 10 197 2,336 5,966 1,503 9 [14]
 Belize 2008 204 94.88
 Benin 2008 1 0.78
 Bhutan 2008 7,063 99.97
 Bolivia 2008 2,258 177 40.71
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2008 4,506 35.50
 Brazil 2009 409.806 387,078 1,374 21,354 88.88 [15]
 Bulgaria 2011 5.509 3,234 47 15 [16]
 Burkina Faso 2009 131 19.73
 Burma 2008 3,988 62.06
 Burundi 2008 206 99.04
 Cambodia 2008 46 4 2 3.78
 Cameroon 2008 4,190 77.29
Canada Canada 2012 408.638 376,300 23,063 6,380 430 2,465 (2009)[8] 64.23 [15]
 Cape Verde 2008 0.257 7 2.73
 Central African Republic 2008 0.160 130 81.25
 Chile 2008 23,643 36 2,929 44.14
China China 2009 576.833 548,955 25,000 2,500 428 17.88 [15]
Colombia Colombia 2008 43,085 51 561 85.66
 Comoros 2008 0.052 2 3.85
 Republic of the Congo 2008 0.452 371 82.08
 Costa Rica 2008 7,313 188 78 1,075 93.15
 Cote d'Ivoire 2008 1,879 112 35.89
 Croatia 2011[17] 5,164 180 46.00 32.70 44.79
 Cuba 2008 137 371 2.99
 Cyprus 2013 0.78 535.2 162.56 82.6 6
 Czech Republic 2010 6.441 3,380.6 335.5 2,110.1 615.7 8.51 [18]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo 2008 7,409 99.42
Denmark Denmark 2009 6,721 2,983 2.7 27.4 [19]
 Dominica 2008 32 36.78
 Dominican Republic 2008 1,711 28 11.93
 Ecuador 2008 11,181 3 397 64.12
 Egypt 2008 14,535 884 12.44
 El Salvador 2008 2,018 100 1,443 62.24
 Equatorial Guinea 2008 2 2.17
 Eritrea 2008 0.27 2 0.74
 Estonia 2009 32 195 39 (2006) 3.03 [16]
 Ethiopia 2008 3,263 13 88.18
 Faroe Islands 2010 0.081 67 14 28.93 [20]
 Fiji 2009 660 68.04
Finland Finland 2009 12,588 262 8,586 6 31.56
France France 2010 83 68,000 9,600 4,800 600 15.1 [21]
 Gabon 2008 885 7 45.44
 Georgia 2008 7,090 85.50
Germany Germany 2012 136.075 21,200 46,000 40,850 28,000 25.4 22.9 [22]
 Ghana 2008 6,133 75.09
Greece Greece 2011 22.98 4,012 3,314 12,618 2,733 302 15.9 [23]
 Guatemala 2008 3,675 1,474 61.33
 Guinea 2008 500 54.35
 Haiti 2008 179 38.41
 Honduras 2008 2,268 187 39.21
 Hungary 2009 226 315 2,323 1 8.44
Iceland Iceland 2009 16.832 12,279 4,553 100.00 [24]
India India 2009 104,439 15,300 2,000 42 14.58
 Indonesia 2011 21.99 12,419 4.69 198 0.77 9,371 11.99 [25]
 Iran 2010 16,100 128 1 4 1 20.69 [citation needed]
 Iraq 2008 555 1.60
 Ireland 2012 5.446 759 4,247 440 19.6 [26]
 Israel 2014 0.42 16 9 209 184 3
Italy Italy 2012 89.759 43,256 13,333 9,281 (2010)[8] 18,637 5,252 31.19 [27]
 Jamaica 2008 156 47 102 4.16
Japan Japan 2007 95 86,350 1,754 2 3,027 9.41
 Jordan 2008 61 3 9 0.56
 Kazakhstan 2009 7,496 9.91
 Kenya 2008 2,821 305 1,120 62.53
 Kyrgyzstan 2010 11,254 93.30 [28]
 Laos 2008 3,680 92.46
 Latvia 2008 3,078 56 42 62.10
 Lebanon 2008 369 3.69
 Lesotho 2008 0.2 200 100.00
 Lithuania 2009 424 157 66 (2008) 29 4.40 [29]
 Luxembourg 2009 0.312 106.99 55.1 129.04 21.12 6.79 [30]
 Republic of Macedonia 2008 832 13.92
 Madagascar 2008 735 66.82
 Malawi 2008 1,451 86.58
 Malaysia 2009 8,640 1 8.54
 Mali 2008 275 56.12
 Mauritania 2008 60 10.97
 Mauritius 2008 100 4.16
 Mexico 2013 15.286 12,431 1,844 142 37 823 25 [31]
 Moldova 2008 81 2.37
 Montenegro 2008 1,530 57.52
 Morocco 2008 920 283 6.17
 Mozambique 2008 14,963 99.92
 Namibia 2008 1,556 70.82
   Nepal 2008 3,042 99.67
Netherlands Netherlands 2010 11.721 101 4,503 7,058 60 9.7 [32]
 New Caledonia 2008 440 24.44
New Zealand New Zealand 2012 31.1 22,638 2,053 575 5,844 72.5 [33]
 Nicaragua 2008 529 321 306 33.81
 Nigeria 2008 5,664 28.14
 North Korea 2008 13,927 61.85
 Northern Mariana Islands 2001 1 1
Norway Norway 2009 126,077 977 277[34] 96.63 [35]
 Pakistan 2009 27,075 30.34
 Palau 18
 Panama 2008 3,933 18 63.29
 Papua New Guinea 2008 900 30.35
 Paraguay 2008 [36] 54.912 54,909 100.00
 Peru 2008 18,850 1 472 60.53
 Philippines 2009 9,690 61 13 1 10,187 33.71
 Poland 2009 2,385 1,038 4,976 5.92
Portugal Portugal 2010[37] 28.233 16,249 9,024 2,191 213 173 (2009) 52.0
 Puerto Rico 2008 20.921 156 0.75
 Réunion 2008 633 37.17
Romania Romania 2006 [38] 18.4 76 (2008) 27.49
Russia Russia 2009 [15] 165.117 162,270 5 2,400 442 17.83
 Rwanda 2008 30 18.75
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2008 23 17.42
 Samoa 2009 49 0.0035[39] 45.37
 Sao Tome and Principe 2008 10 24.39
 Serbia 2009 11,100 29.7
 Senegal 2008 227 29 2 10.56
 Sierra Leone 2008 18 31.03
 Slovakia 2009 4,417 5 508 19.96
 Slovenia 2008 3,959 277 1 27.10
 South Africa 2008 1,247 246 30 21 0.65
 South Korea 2009 2,785 646 533 945 1.18
Spain Spain 2013 [40] 41,303 54,301 2,167 (2006) 12,951 42.4
 Sri Lanka 2008 4,087 3 2 15 46.18
 Sudan 2008 1,448 33.50
 Suriname 2008 875 55.38
 Swaziland 2008 200 42.55
Sweden Sweden 2009 64,473 2,361 11,321 5 60.42
  Switzerland 2009 35,315 18 2,314 32 58.52
 Syria 2008 2,843 7.35
 Tajikistan 2010 [41] 16,400 100.00
 Tanzania 2008 2,628 61.39
 Thailand 2008 7,042 4,593 3 2 8.37
 Togo 2008 90 2 58.60
 Trinidad and Tobago 2008 10 0.13
 Tunisia 2008 38 37 0.52
 Turkey 2012 67.177 57,812 5,582 2,665 1,118 28.1 [42]
 Turkmenistan 2008 3 0.02
 Uganda 2008 1,631 74.95
 Ukraine 2008 11,268 43 6.24
United Kingdom United Kingdom 2013 52.810 4,719 27,412 18,657 2,015 14.8 Provisional[43]
United States United States 2011 [44] 520.067 272,100 70,800 54,300 808 15,200 10.05
 Uruguay 2008 4,460 787 61.92
 Uzbekistan 2009 9,237 19.47
 Venezuela 2009 85.839 85,839 69.57
 Vietnam 2008 25,726 36.77
 Zambia 2008 9,569 99.71
 Zimbabwe 2008 4,220 54.64

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