🇷🇸 Electricity Generation of Serbia

The electricity generated in Serbia has been on the rise since the start of the millennium. In 2021, electricity generation in Serbia reach 37.09 TWh. Whereof 63.74% of the generated electricity in the country that year came from Coal. A non-renewable resource with greater impact on the environment.

  • In 2021, the electricity generation in Serbia increased by -0.38%
  • In total, Serbia generated 37.09 Terrawatt hours of electricity in 2021.
  • Electricity generation in Serbia grew with -0.14 TWh in 2021, compared to previous year.
  • Since 2000, production of electricity has increased by 16.09% in Serbia
  • In 2021, Serbia produced 0.13334114661882% of the world's total energy generation.

Total Electricity Generation of Serbia (2000-2021)

Between the year 2000 and 2021, Serbia's electricity generation has increased from 31.95 TWh to 37.09 TWh, a 16.09% increase in produced Terawatt hours during a 21 year time period.

Year TWh YoY absolute change YoY change
2000 31.95 % %
2001 32.57 0.62% 1.94%
2002 33.24 0.67% 2.06%
2003 34.26 1.02% 3.07%
2004 37.19 2.93% 8.55%
2005 35.86 -1.33% -3.58%
2006 35.87 0.01% 0.03%
2007 35.97 0.1% 0.28%
2008 36.82 0.85% 2.36%
2009 37.71 0.89% 2.42%
2010 37.42 -0.29% -0.77%
2011 38.02 0.6% 1.6%
2012 36.19 -1.83% -4.81%
2013 39.23 3.04% 8.4%
2014 33.44 -5.79% -14.76%
2015 37.59 4.15% 12.41%
2016 38.61 1.02% 2.71%
2017 36.44 -2.17% -5.62%
2018 36.67 0.23% 0.63%
2019 36.86 0.19% 0.52%
2020 37.23 0.37% 1.0%
2021 37.09 -0.14% -0.38%

Serbia's Electricity Generation by Fuel Source in 2021

In 2021, Coal was the largest generator of electrical energy in Serbia with 63.74% of the total electricity produced.

Fuel Source Proportion
Coal 63.74%
Hydro 29.93%
Wind 2.64%
Other Fossil 1.46%
Gas 1.38%
Bioenergy 0.84%
Solar 0.03%
Nuclear 0.0%
Other Renewables 0.0%

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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