North Korea Renewable Energy 1990-2021

Renewable electricity is the share of electrity generated by renewable power plants in total electricity generated by all types of plants.
  • North Korea renewable energy for 2015 was 72.80%, a 0.21% increase from 2014.
  • North Korea renewable energy for 2014 was 72.59%, a 3.23% decline from 2013.
  • North Korea renewable energy for 2013 was 75.82%, a 5.64% increase from 2012.
  • North Korea renewable energy for 2012 was 70.18%, a 1.52% increase from 2011.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name % of Electricity from Renewables
Nepal 100.00%
Ethiopia 99.96%
Congo, Dem. Rep. 99.82%
Central African Republic 99.42%
Tajikistan 98.47%
Uganda 92.95%
Malawi 91.31%
Mozambique 86.41%
Afghanistan 86.05%
Burundi 82.71%
Guinea 78.75%
Togo 75.31%
North Korea 72.80%
Sierra Leone 60.98%
Rwanda 56.89%
Madagascar 54.60%
Zimbabwe 52.72%
Mali 43.52%
Tanzania 34.15%
Senegal 10.42%
Burkina Faso 9.35%
Haiti 8.00%
Benin 5.56%
Syrian Arab Republic 2.31%
Niger 0.75%
South Sudan 0.61%
Eritrea 0.49%
Guinea-Bissau 0.00%
Chad 0.00%
Gambia 0.00%
Somalia 0.00%
Yemen 0.00%
Comoros 0.00%
Liberia 0.00%
North Korea Renewable Energy - Historical Data
Year % of Electricity from Renewables Annual Change
2015 72.80% 0.21%
2014 72.59% -3.23%
2013 75.82% 5.64%
2012 70.18% 1.52%
2011 68.66% 6.80%
2010 61.85% 2.69%
2009 59.17% -1.46%
2008 60.62% -1.08%
2007 61.70% 5.45%
2006 56.25% -1.06%
2005 57.31% 0.43%
2004 56.89% 1.07%
2003 55.81% 2.11%
2002 53.70% 1.23%
2001 52.48% -0.10%
2000 52.58% -2.80%
1999 55.38% -4.62%
1998 60.00% 4.56%
1997 55.44% -3.25%
1996 58.69% -3.05%
1995 61.74% 2.00%
1994 59.74% -0.44%
1993 60.18% 2.69%
1992 57.49% 0.46%
1991 57.03% 0.72%
1990 56.32% 0.72%