Quality of electricity supply

scale 1-7, 2007–2016

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    2007 Ranking
    1. Denmark 6.90
    2. Iceland 6.81
    3. Germany 6.81
    4. Japan 6.77
    5. France 6.75
    6. Netherlands 6.73
    7. Switzerland 6.71
    8. Finland 6.70
    9. Norway 6.65
    10. Belgium 6.63
    11. Hong Kong 6.63
    12. Singapore 6.62
    13. Austria 6.60
    14. Sweden 6.55
    15. United Kingdom 6.53
    16. United Arab Emirates 6.49
    17. Canada 6.44
    18. United States 6.33
    19. South Korea 6.20
    20. Israel 6.17
    21. Czech Republic 6.10
    22. Barbados 6.05
    23. Australia 6.05
    24. Luxembourg 6.04
    25. Cyprus 6.03
    26. Portugal 6.00
    27. Slovakia 5.99
    28. Spain 5.97
    29. Ireland 5.90
    30. Malaysia 5.86
    31. Kuwait 5.80
    32. Slovenia 5.78
    33. Jordan 5.71
    34. Tunisia 5.71
    35. Qatar 5.64
    36. Thailand 5.64
    37. Estonia 5.63
    38. Chile 5.56
    39. Costa Rica 5.47
    40. Saudi Arabia 5.46
    41. Bahrain 5.41
    42. Croatia 5.36
    43. Italy 5.35
    44. Mauritius 5.34
    45. New Zealand 5.34
    46. Lithuania 5.31
    47. Uruguay 5.29
    48. Hungary 5.26
    49. Latvia 5.20
    50. Morocco 5.16
    51. Namibia 5.15
    52. Oman 5.14
    53. Botswana 5.10
    54. Egypt 5.08
    55. Panama 5.06
    56. El Salvador 4.97
    57. Greece 4.95
    58. Malta 4.93
    59. Puerto Rico 4.88
    60. Brazil 4.86
    61. Poland 4.79
    62. Guatemala 4.76
    63. Serbia 4.74
    64. Trinidad and Tobago 4.74
    65. Peru 4.72
    66. Colombia 4.71
    67. Algeria 4.51
    68. Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.43
    69. Jamaica 4.38
    70. Zambia 4.37
    71. Syria 4.37
    72. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 4.34
    73. Turkey 4.33
    74. Kazakhstan 4.28
    75. Russia 4.25
    76. China 4.22
    77. Libya 4.15
    78. Philippines 4.13
    79. Sri Lanka 4.10
    80. Mexico 4.08
    81. South Africa 4.02
    82. Ethiopia 3.99
    83. Indonesia 3.97
    84. Honduras 3.97
    85. Bolivia 3.96
    86. Ukraine 3.91
    87. Armenia 3.87
    88. Bulgaria 3.87
    89. Venezuela 3.85
    90. Romania 3.84
    91. Azerbaijan 3.66
    92. Argentina 3.66
    93. Kyrgyzstan 3.52
    94. Mali 3.49
    95. Gambia 3.46
    96. Vietnam 3.46
    97. Kenya 3.43
    98. Georgia 3.41
    99. Mozambique 3.34
    100. Mauritania 3.31
    101. Lesotho 3.18
    102. Ecuador 3.17
    103. India 3.15
    104. Pakistan 3.14
    105. Paraguay 3.08
    106. Burkina Faso 3.07
    107. Mongolia 3.01
    108. Cameroon 3.00
    109. Montenegro 2.81
    110. Guyana 2.62
    111. Cambodia 2.61
    112. Benin 2.41
    113. Nicaragua 2.29
    114. Tanzania 2.18
    115. Madagascar 2.10
    116. Zimbabwe 2.07
    117. Burundi 2.06
    118. Nepal 2.05
    119. Tajikistan 1.73
    120. Senegal 1.73
    121. Timor Leste 1.69
    122. Nigeria 1.69
    123. Bangladesh 1.67
    124. Albania 1.65
    125. Uganda 1.57
    126. Dominican Republic 1.41
    127. Chad 1.25
    2016 Ranking
    1. Switzerland 6.89
    2. Singapore 6.81
    3. Hong Kong 6.79
    4. Sweden 6.78
    5. Netherlands 6.76
    6. Denmark 6.75
    7. France 6.74
    8. Iceland 6.72
    9. Norway 6.72
    10. United Arab Emirates 6.70
    11. United Kingdom 6.67
    12. Austria 6.62
    13. Finland 6.61
    14. Luxembourg 6.60
    15. Japan 6.55
    16. Canada 6.54
    17. United States 6.47
    18. Ireland 6.46
    19. Germany 6.45
    20. Czech Republic 6.39
    21. Qatar 6.36
    22. Australia 6.36
    23. Slovenia 6.33
    24. New Zealand 6.30
    25. Spain 6.22
    26. Oman 6.21
    27. Belgium 6.21
    28. Israel 6.21
    29. South Korea 6.17
    30. Saudi Arabia 6.17
    31. Bahrain 6.16
    32. Portugal 6.06
    33. Barbados 6.05
    34. Slovakia 6.01
    35. Uruguay 5.90
    36. Chile 5.90
    37. Italy 5.87
    38. Malaysia 5.83
    39. Croatia 5.77
    40. Bhutan 5.76
    41. Estonia 5.74
    42. Guatemala 5.67
    43. Costa Rica 5.64
    44. Lithuania 5.58
    45. Namibia 5.54
    46. Kuwait 5.53
    47. Poland 5.53
    48. Jordan 5.51
    49. Mauritius 5.41
    50. Latvia 5.36
    51. Brunei 5.29
    52. Morocco 5.28
    53. Cyprus 5.27
    54. Greece 5.26
    55. China 5.25
    56. Panama 5.18
    57. Trinidad and Tobago 5.17
    58. Azerbaijan 5.11
    59. Tunisia 5.06
    60. Thailand 5.06
    61. Russia 5.04
    62. Iran 5.03
    63. Bolivia 5.00
    64. Peru 4.94
    65. Georgia 4.92
    66. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 4.91
    67. Mexico 4.89
    68. El Salvador 4.88
    69. Colombia 4.81
    70. Serbia 4.81
    71. Armenia 4.78
    72. Hungary 4.77
    73. Malta 4.77
    74. Romania 4.73
    75. Jamaica 4.71
    76. Laos 4.71
    77. Ecuador 4.66
    78. Bulgaria 4.62
    79. Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.59
    80. Kazakhstan 4.55
    81. Albania 4.45
    82. Sri Lanka 4.41
    83. Turkey 4.40
    84. Vietnam 4.37
    85. Ukraine 4.35
    86. Moldova 4.30
    87. India 4.28
    88. Indonesia 4.20
    89. Rwanda 4.16
    90. Brazil 4.10
    91. Algeria 4.04
    92. Montenegro 4.01
    93. Philippines 3.99
    94. Nicaragua 3.95
    95. Kenya 3.90
    96. Mongolia 3.84
    97. Honduras 3.69
    98. Tajikistan 3.68
    99. Ivory Coast 3.58
    100. Gambia 3.47
    101. Egypt 3.45
    102. Uganda 3.37
    103. Ethiopia 3.36
    104. Lesotho 3.35
    105. Cambodia 3.32
    106. Cape Verde 3.31
    107. Botswana 3.30
    108. Kyrgyzstan 3.24
    109. Bangladesh 3.21
    110. Senegal 3.17
    111. South Africa 3.01
    112. Tanzania 2.94
    113. Gabon 2.88
    114. Paraguay 2.87
    115. Mali 2.83
    116. Liberia 2.82
    117. Mozambique 2.81
    118. Argentina 2.70
    119. Zambia 2.51
    120. Pakistan 2.39
    121. Mauritania 2.39
    122. Dominican Republic 2.39
    123. Zimbabwe 2.31
    124. Malawi 2.27
    125. Ghana 2.21
    126. Sierra Leone 2.20
    127. Cameroon 2.14
    128. Burundi 2.12
    129. Madagascar 1.94
    130. Chad 1.86
    131. Nepal 1.82
    132. Venezuela 1.80
    133. Benin 1.69
    134. Lebanon 1.67
    135. Congo (Kinshasa) 1.63
    136. Nigeria 1.44
    137. Yemen 1.22

    This index represents the average score from 1-7 given by a large sample group in a particular country in response to the following question: “How would you assess the reliability of the electricity supply (lack of interruptions and lack of voltage fluctuations)?” (1 = not reliable at all, 7 = extremely reliable).

    Source: World Economic Forum