Kosovo Coal Usage/Consumption 2000-2021

Sources of electricity refer to the inputs used to generate electricity. Coal refers to all coal and brown coal, both primary (including hard coal and lignite-brown coal) and derived fuels (including patent fuel, coke oven coke, gas coke, coke oven gas, and blast furnace gas). Peat is also included in this category.
  • Kosovo coal usage/consumption for 2015 was 97.47%, a 0.52% increase from 2014.
  • Kosovo coal usage/consumption for 2014 was 96.95%, a 0.63% decline from 2013.
  • Kosovo coal usage/consumption for 2013 was 97.58%, a 0.57% decline from 2012.
  • Kosovo coal usage/consumption for 2012 was 98.15%, a 0.32% increase from 2011.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name % of Electricity from Coal
Kosovo 97.47%
Mongolia 92.74%
India 75.31%
Indonesia 55.78%
Morocco 55.53%
Cambodia 48.40%
Philippines 44.51%
Ukraine 34.58%
Sri Lanka 33.71%
Vietnam 29.57%
Kyrgyz Republic 13.22%
Uzbekistan 4.09%
Myanmar 1.78%
Bangladesh 1.69%
Honduras 1.04%
Pakistan 0.14%
Angola 0.00%
Moldova 0.00%
El Salvador 0.00%
Ghana 0.00%
Sudan 0.00%
Georgia 0.00%
Zambia 0.00%
Egypt 0.00%
Congo, Rep. 0.00%
Nicaragua 0.00%
Cameroon 0.00%
Kenya 0.00%
Nigeria 0.00%
Bolivia 0.00%
Tunisia 0.00%
Kosovo Coal Usage/Consumption - Historical Data
Year % of Electricity from Coal Annual Change
2015 97.47% 0.52%
2014 96.95% -0.63%
2013 97.58% -0.57%
2012 98.15% 0.32%
2011 97.83% 1.29%
2010 96.54% -0.75%
2009 97.29% -0.60%
2008 97.89% 0.47%
2007 97.41% 0.35%
2006 97.07% 0.19%
2005 96.88% 0.29%
2004 96.59% -1.26%
2003 97.85% -0.10%
2002 97.95% -0.01%
2001 97.97% 0.37%
2000 97.60% 0.37%