Non-hydro renewable electricity generation

billion kilowatt hours, 1980–2015

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    1980 Ranking
    1. United States 5.50
    2. West Germany 5.20
    3. Italy 3.80
    4. Philippines 2.00
    5. Brazil 1.90
    6. New Zealand 1.50
    7. France 1.20
    8. Canada 1.20
    9. Japan 1.10
    10. Netherlands 1.00
    11. Mexico 0.90
    12. Cuba 0.90
    13. Sweden 0.70
    14. El Salvador 0.50
    15. Australia 0.40
    16. Poland 0.40
    17. Austria 0.30
    18. Spain 0.30
    19. Portugal 0.30
    20. Belgium 0.30
    21. Guatemala 0.30
    22. Colombia 0.20
    23. Switzerland 0.20
    24. Peru 0.10
    25. Kenya 0.10
    26. Chile 0.10
    27. Turkey 0.10
    28. Argentina 0.10
    2015 Ranking
    1. United States 323.74
    2. Germany 184.28
    3. Japan 85.58
    4. United Kingdom 80.14
    5. Spain 70.87
    6. Italy 67.97
    7. France 36.32
    8. Canada 35.11
    9. Sweden 27.20
    10. Poland 20.90
    11. Australia 20.25
    12. Denmark 18.12
    13. Turkey 16.46
    14. Mexico 15.88
    15. Portugal 15.75
    16. Netherlands 15.18
    17. Belgium 14.84
    18. Finland 13.45
    19. Austria 10.96
    20. New Zealand 10.88
    21. Greece 8.53
    22. Czech Republic 8.07
    23. Chile 7.64
    24. Ireland 7.11
    25. South Korea 6.04
    26. Iceland 5.01
    27. Switzerland 4.02
    28. Hungary 3.06
    29. Norway 2.93
    30. Slovakia 1.94
    31. Estonia 1.61
    32. Israel 1.39
    33. Slovenia 0.55
    34. Luxembourg 0.37

    Generation data consist of both utility and non-utility sources. Non-hydro renewable energy sources include wind, biomass, solar, and geothermal.

    Source: EIA