Electricity Demand per Capita in 🇸🇸 South Sudan

South Sudan's electricity demand per capita is a vital metric that sheds light on the average electricity needs of individuals within the country. It quantifies the potential power requirements of South Sudan 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 South Sudan, devided by each individual in the country.

  • The electricity demand per capita in South Sudan was 0.05 MW in 2021
  • In 2021, South Sudan's electricity demand per capita increased with 0.0%
  • Demand increased with 0.0 MW per person in 2021 when compared to previous year.
  • Since 2012, South Sudan's demand for electricity per person has increased with 25.0%

Electricity Demand per Capita in South Sudan (2012-2021)

Between the year 2012 and 2021 the electricity demand per capita in South Sudan has increased from 0.04 MW to 0.05 MW, an increase of consumed Megawatt hours per person by 25.0% in a 9 year time period.

Year MW per capita YoY absolute change YoY change
2012 0.04 % %
2013 0.04 0.0% 0.0%
2014 0.04 0.0% 0.0%
2015 0.05 0.01% 25.0%
2016 0.04 -0.01% -20.0%
2017 0.05 0.01% 25.0%
2018 0.05 0.0% 0.0%
2019 0.05 0.0% 0.0%
2020 0.05 0.0% 0.0%
2021 0.05 0.0% 0.0%

Data Information

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

Data Sources


Ember-Climate Yearly Electricity Data

This dataset contains yearly electricity generation, capacity, emissions, import and demand data for over 200 geographies. Data is collected from multi-country datasets (EIA, Eurostat, BP, UN) as well as national sources (e.g China data from the National Bureau of Statistics).

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