Electric power consumption per capita reached 23,326 kWh in 2013 in Norway, according to World Bank / EIA. This is 3.10 % less than in the previous year.
Historically, electric power consumption per capita in Norway reached an all time high of 25,585 kWh in 2001 and an all time low of 7,679 kWh in 1960. When compared to Norway's main peers, electric power consumption per capita in Denmark amounted to 6,040 kWh, 15,510 kWh in Finland, 54,799 kWh in Iceland and 13,870 kWh in Sweden in 2013.
Norway has been ranked 2nd within the group of 138 countries we follow in terms of electric power consumption per capita.
Electric power consumption measures the production of power plants and combined heat and power plants less transmission, distribution, and transformation losses and heat and power plants' own consumption.