Nuclear energy production, OECD

kilotons oil equivalent, 1971–2016

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    1971 Ranking
    1. United States 10,568.10
    2. United Kingdom 7,179.18
    3. France 2,433.02
    4. Japan 2,084.85
    5. Germany 1,619.93
    6. Canada 1,112.01
    7. Italy 876.94
    8. Spain 657.51
    9. Switzerland 362.50
    10. Netherlands 105.55
    11. Sweden 23.46
    2016 Ranking
    1. United States 218,787.39
    2. France 105,078.71
    3. South Korea 42,216.88
    4. Canada 26,918.52
    5. Germany 22,056.13
    6. United Kingdom 18,692.23
    7. Sweden 16,329.84
    8. Spain 15,276.47
    9. Belgium 11,342.36
    10. Czech Republic 6,302.74
    11. Finland 6,048.67
    12. Switzerland 5,542.54
    13. Japan 4,706.55
    14. Hungary 4,204.02
    15. Slovakia 3,920.59
    16. Mexico 2,753.82
    17. Slovenia 1,489.36
    18. Netherlands 1,032.00

    Production refers to plants (including heat pumps and electric boilers) designed to produce heat only and who sell heat to a third party (e.g. residential, commercial or industrial consumers) under the provisions of a contract. Main activity producers generate heat for sale to third parties, as their primary activity. They may be privately or publicly owned.

    Source: IEA Headline Energy Data 2015