The data sources clearly communicate the quantity of electricity generated and utilized by the 10 highest-ranking countries in 2014.
It is patently obvious that China was more prominent than the remaining states in terms of both electricity output and demand, followed closely by the United States. Furthermore, Germany was the only state in which electricity consumption exceeded production.
As for the electric power manufacture, China was the world’s leading energy generator, which was over 1299 kWh higher than electricity created by the US. In comparison with electricity usage in both nations, the use was lower by a small disparity, roughly 76 kWh with China and 233 kWh with the USA, respectively.
Regarding the remaining countries, there was a similarity between the amount of electricity produced as well as expended in Russia, approximately 1000 kWh. Following by Japan and India, with the power consumption of 856.7 kWh and 698.8 kWh in turn. Canada, France, Brazil, Germany, and the Republic of Korea consumed less than 500 kWh of electricity, with the Republic of Korea having the least utilization of 449.5 kWh. The supply of power in all nations was greater than the consumption except in Germany, which manufactured 526.6 kWh and used 582.5 kWh.