Energy Consumption for Countries

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This figure is available also in PDF. Data source: EIA Table E1 Estimated Primary Energy Consumption in the United States, 1635-1945 and EIA Table 1.3 Primary Energy Consumption Estimates by Sorce. Data are through 2021. (Last modified: 2021/12/27)

Figure in PDF. Data source: Same as for the above figure. (Last modified: 2021/12/28)

This figure is available also in PDF. The fogure for 2015 is also kept for a comparison. (data source: EIA Table 1.3 Primary Energy Consumptions_by Sorce and EIA Table 10.1 Renewable Energy Production and Consumption by Source last modified: 2021/12/29)

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* * * * * Top Three Countries * * * * *

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China+India (2022/03/16)

The Russian Federation data start in 1985. Before that the USSR data are used matching 1984 USSR data to 1985 Russian Federation data for each fuel types. Note that the renewables are more than two orders of magnitude smaller than China or US, and more than 10 times smaller than India, Japan and several other European countries. This figure is available also in PDF (Last modified: 2021/11/08)

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* * * * * Japan & Some European Countries * * * * *

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* * * * * Northern Europe * * * * *

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