Electricity Demand in 🇨🇺 Cuba

Cuba's electricity demand is a dynamic and vital component of its energy landscape. It reflects the nation's growing need for electrical power to support various sectors, including residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation. Over the years, Cuba has witnessed significant shifts in electricity demand due to various factors such as population growth, urbanization, and technological advancements.

  • In 2021, Cuba's electricity demand increased by 6.24%
  • In total, Cuba used 19.75 Terrawatt hours of electricity in 2021.
  • Demand increased with a total of 1.16 MWh in 2021, compared to previous year.
  • Since 2000, Cuba's demand for electricity has increased with 39.18%

Electricity Demand in Cuba (2000-2021)

Between the year 2000 and 2021 the electricity demand in Cuba has grown from 14.19 TW to 19.75 TW, an increase of consumed Terawatt hours by 39.18% in a 21 year time period.

Year TW YoY absolute change YoY change
2000 14.19 %
2001 14.44 0.25 1.76%
2002 14.81 0.37 2.56%
2003 14.91 0.1 0.68%
2004 14.75 -0.16 -1.07%
2005 14.45 -0.3 -2.03%
2006 15.51 1.06 7.34%
2007 16.6 1.09 7.03%
2008 16.67 0.07 0.42%
2009 16.7 0.03 0.18%
2010 16.39 -0.31 -1.86%
2011 16.72 0.33 2.01%
2012 17.36 0.64 3.83%
2013 18.17 0.81 4.67%
2014 18.33 0.16 0.88%
2015 19.22 0.89 4.86%
2016 19.37 0.15 0.78%
2017 19.39 0.02 0.1%
2018 19.64 0.25 1.29%
2019 19.53 -0.11 -0.56%
2020 18.59 -0.94 -4.81%
2021 19.75 1.16 6.24%

Electricity Demand vs Electricity Consumption

It's important to not conflate the two, electircity demnad represents how much electricity an entity, country or region need in a moment of time. While electricity consumption represents how much electricity is used over a period of time. Electricity demand is measured in kilowatt (kW) while electricity consumption is measured as kilowatt-hours (kWh).

Data Information

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

Data Sources

Ember-Climate

Ember-Climate Yearly Electricity Data

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