Who Produces the Most Energy from Renewables & Waste?

Combustible Renewables & Waste (metric tons of Oil Equivalent) (tonnes), 2012 or latest
Energy & Utility | March 22, 2018
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Based on a comparison of 128 countries in 2012, China ranked the highest in combustible renewables & waste in metric tons of oil equivalent with 216,423 tonnes followed by India and Nigeria. On the other end of the scale was Iceland with 1.15 tonnes, Kyrgyzstan with 3.77 tonnes and Uzbekistan with 3.77 tonnes.

Data for more countries are available at Combustible Renewables & Waste (metric tons of Oil Equivalent) indicator page.

Combustible Renewables & Waste (metric tons of Oil Equivalent) Unit 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Brazil tonnes 66,377 72,177 78,449 76,097 81,618 ...
China tonnes 202,995 203,760 202,383 209,912 213,621 ...
Dem. Republic of the Congo tonnes 19,429 20,087 20,768 21,472 22,200 ...
Ethiopia tonnes 27,838 28,469 29,286 30,126 30,992 ...
Germany tonnes 15,781 22,761 22,902 24,778 29,409
India tonnes 161,498 169,293 171,970 176,153 180,088 ...
Indonesia tonnes 51,548 51,589 52,188 52,520 54,041 ...
Kenya tonnes 12,847 13,176 13,515 13,866 14,233 ...
Nigeria tonnes 85,803 87,965 90,189 92,476 94,832 ...
Pakistan tonnes 26,825 27,313 27,810 28,317 28,832 ...
South Africa tonnes 13,706 13,857 14,011 14,162 14,355 ...
Tanzania tonnes 15,780 16,241 16,733 17,223 17,757 ...
Thailand tonnes 17,535 18,828 20,252 20,699 22,605 ...
USA tonnes 78,347 80,676 84,488 83,802 89,304
Vietnam tonnes 14,764 14,745 14,723 14,719 14,707 ... ...