Electricity Demand per Capita in 🗺️ G7

G7's electricity demand per capita is a vital metric that sheds light on the average electricity needs of individuals within the region. It quantifies the potential power requirements of G7 on an individual average at a specific point in time, measured in megawatts per person. This metric serves as a crucial indicator of how much electrical power is required to meet the demand of homes, businesses, and industries in G7, devided by each individual in the region.

  • The electricity demand per capita in G7 was 9.64 MW in 2021
  • In 2021, G7's electricity demand per capita increased with 2.01%
  • Demand increased with 0.19 MW per person in 2021 when compared to previous year.
  • Since 2000, G7's demand for electricity per person has increased with -5.86%

Electricity Demand per Capita in G7 (2000-2021)

Between the year 2000 and 2021 the electricity demand per capita in G7 has increased from 10.24 MW to 9.64 MW, an increase of consumed Megawatt hours per person by -5.86% in a 21 year time period.

Year MW per capita YoY absolute change YoY change
2000 10.24 % %
2001 10.07 -0.17% -1.66%
2002 10.24 0.17% 1.69%
2003 10.25 0.01% 0.1%
2004 10.39 0.14% 1.37%
2005 10.5 0.11% 1.06%
2006 10.49 -0.01% -0.1%
2007 10.64 0.15% 1.43%
2008 10.43 -0.21% -1.97%
2009 9.91 -0.52% -4.99%
2010 10.33 0.42% 4.24%
2011 10.2 -0.13% -1.26%
2012 10.09 -0.11% -1.08%
2013 10.07 -0.02% -0.2%
2014 10.01 -0.06% -0.6%
2015 9.96 -0.05% -0.5%
2016 9.92 -0.04% -0.4%
2017 9.84 -0.08% -0.81%
2018 9.98 0.14% 1.42%
2019 9.79 -0.19% -1.9%
2020 9.45 -0.34% -3.47%
2021 9.64 0.19% 2.01%

Data Information

Data found on this page is a derivative of Ember-Climate Yearly electricity data.

Data Sources

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Ember-Climate Yearly Electricity Data

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