Electricity production by source - Latvia



Latvia : Electricity Sector Statistics
TopicValue
Electricity production from natural gas sources (% of total)49.4584837545126
Electricity production from oil sources (% of total)0.0164095831965868
Electricity production from hydroelectric sources (% of total)47.3744666885461
Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroel (% of total)3.11782080735149
Electricity production from coal sources (% of total)0.0328191663931736
Value & RankThe Electricity production from coal sources of Latvia is 0.03 (% of total) with a global rank of 79.
Latvia compared to other CountriesThe Electricity production from coal sources of Latvia is similar to that of Namibia, Tanzania, Sweden, Iran, Pakistan, Nigeria, Norway, Belarus, Zambia, Switzerland with a respective Electricity production from coal sources of 1.40, 1.13, 0.94, 0.18, 0.10, 0.09, 0.09, 0.02, 0.01, 0.00 (% of total) and a global rank of 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82.Last 4 years averageLatvia had an average Electricity production from coal sources of 0.00 (% of total) in the last 4 years from (2007 to 2011).
Latvia since the end of the Great RecessionLatvia's Electricity production from coal sources had a negative growth (decline) of 8.62% since the end of the Great Recession
Electricity production from coal sources of Latvia
Value & RankThe Electricity production from hydroelectric sources of Latvia is 47.4 (% of total) with a global rank of 36.
Latvia compared to other CountriesThe Electricity production from hydroelectric sources of Latvia is similar to that of Ecuador, Panama, New Zealand, Tanzania, Sweden, Gabon, Montenegro, Kenya, Croatia, Guatemala with a respective Electricity production from hydroelectric sources of 54.9, 52.2, 51.5, 49.3, 47.5, 45.7, 45.3, 44.0, 42.0, 39.8 (% of total) and a global rank of 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41.10 years declineLatvia's Electricity production from hydroelectric sources had a negative growth (decline) of 28.4 (%) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Last 10 years averageLatvia had an average Electricity production from hydroelectric sources of 59.4 (% of total) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Latvia during the Great RecessionLatvia's Electricity production from hydroelectric sources had a positive growth of 12.5% during the Great RecessionLatvia since the end of the Great RecessionLatvia's Electricity production from hydroelectric sources had a negative growth (decline) of 23.7% since the end of the Great Recession
Electricity production from hydroelectric sources of Latvia
Value & RankThe Electricity production from natural gas sources of Latvia is 49.5 (% of total) with a global rank of 31.
Latvia compared to other CountriesThe Electricity production from natural gas sources of Latvia is similar to that of Netherlands, Syrian Arab Republic, Mexico, Argentina, Ireland, Russia, Tanzania, Italy, Malaysia, Vietnam with a respective Electricity production from natural gas sources of 54.3, 52.4, 52.2, 51.4, 49.7, 49.3, 48.8, 46.1, 44.7, 43.9 (% of total) and a global rank of 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36.10 years growthLatvia's Electricity production from natural gas sources had a positive growth of 62.3 (%) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Last 10 years averageLatvia had an average Electricity production from natural gas sources of 37.8 (% of total) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Latvia during the Great RecessionLatvia's Electricity production from natural gas sources had a negative growth (decline) of 16.1% during the Great RecessionLatvia since the end of the Great RecessionLatvia's Electricity production from natural gas sources had a positive growth of 37.2% since the end of the Great Recession
Electricity production from natural gas sources of Latvia
Value & RankThe Electricity production from oil sources of Latvia is 0.02 (% of total) with a global rank of 126.
Latvia compared to other CountriesThe Electricity production from oil sources of Latvia is similar to that of Tunisia, Slovenia, Bahrain, Luxembourg, Norway, Albania, Iceland, New Zealand, Mozambique, Paraguay with a respective Electricity production from oil sources of 0.06, 0.06, 0.04, 0.04, 0.03, 0.02, 0.02, 0.01, 0.01, 0.00 (% of total) and a global rank of 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 127, 128, 129.10 years declineLatvia's Electricity production from oil sources had a negative growth (decline) of 100 (%) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Last 10 years averageLatvia had an average Electricity production from oil sources of 0.89 (% of total) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Latvia during the Great RecessionLatvia's Electricity production from oil sources had a negative growth (decline) of 29.7% during the Great RecessionLatvia since the end of the Great RecessionLatvia's Electricity production from oil sources had a negative growth (decline) of 77.2% since the end of the Great Recession
Electricity production from oil sources of Latvia
Value & RankThe Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroel of Latvia is 3.12 (% of total) with a global rank of 46.
Latvia compared to other CountriesThe Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroel of Latvia is similar to that of Mexico, Cyprus, Canada, Bolivia, Colombia, Turkey, Thailand, Ecuador, Morocco, Slovenia with a respective Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroel of 3.72, 3.61, 3.53, 3.41, 3.30, 3.07, 2.81, 2.79, 2.78, 2.67 (% of total) and a global rank of 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51.10 years growthLatvia's Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroel had a positive growth of 3,000 (%) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Last 10 years averageLatvia had an average Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroel of 1.68 (% of total) in the last 10 years from (2001 to 2011).
Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroel of Latvia
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Datasource: Workbank - World Development Indicators