No country around the world produces more electricity on a yearly basis than China, with nearly eight million gigawatt-hours.(7,779,100 GWh). That's close to double that of the second-ranked United States, which puts out 4,286,600 GWh of electricity on an annual basis. China and the United States are two of only five countries from around the world that produce more than 1,000,000 GWh annually, with the others including India (1,560,900 GWh annually), Russia (1,085,400 GWh annually) and Japan (1,004,800 GWh annually). From the team at SolarPower.Guide comes this infographic that looks at every country in the world, ranked by yearly electricity production. According to the data and research, it would be found that just 36 countries in the world output at least 100,000 GWh of electricity annually. The countries with the lowest output of electricity annually include Niue (3 GWh annually), Saint Helena (7 GWh annually), Falkland Islands (19 GWh annually), Montserrat (24 GWh annually), Kiribati (29 GWh annually) and Guinea-Bissau (39 GWh annually).
Infographic by: solarpower.guide