Georgia 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.
  • Georgia renewable energy for 2015 was 78.04%, a 2.33% decline from 2014.
  • Georgia renewable energy for 2014 was 80.37%, a 1.86% decline from 2013.
  • Georgia renewable energy for 2013 was 82.22%, a 7.72% increase from 2012.
  • Georgia renewable energy for 2012 was 74.50%, a 2.9% decline from 2011.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name % of Electricity from Renewables
Lesotho 100.00%
Bhutan 99.99%
Zambia 96.99%
Kenya 87.51%
Lao PDR 86.37%
Kyrgyz Republic 85.19%
Georgia 78.04%
Cameroon 76.12%
Sudan 64.54%
Myanmar 58.85%
El Salvador 57.82%
Congo, Rep. 53.34%
Angola 53.17%
Ghana 50.89%
Nicaragua 50.05%
Sri Lanka 48.48%
Eswatini 46.57%
Cambodia 46.42%
Honduras 42.28%
Vietnam 36.73%
Papua New Guinea 34.53%
Pakistan 31.43%
Bolivia 31.40%
Philippines 25.41%
Vanuatu 21.26%
Uzbekistan 20.65%
Cabo Verde 20.21%
Nigeria 18.20%
India 15.34%
Morocco 14.31%
Mauritania 13.37%
Indonesia 10.65%
Sao Tome and Principe 10.47%
Egypt 8.26%
Kiribati 7.27%
Moldova 5.37%
Ukraine 4.38%
Mongolia 3.08%
Tunisia 2.84%
Kosovo 2.29%
Solomon Islands 2.26%
Micronesia 1.60%
Bangladesh 1.23%
Djibouti 0.00%
Timor-Leste 0.00%
West Bank and Gaza 0.00%
Georgia Renewable Energy - Historical Data
Year % of Electricity from Renewables Annual Change
2015 78.04% -2.33%
2014 80.37% -1.86%
2013 82.22% 7.72%
2012 74.50% -2.90%
2011 77.40% -15.12%
2010 92.52% 5.91%
2009 86.61% 1.88%
2008 84.73% 2.90%
2007 81.83% 8.89%
2006 72.94% -12.87%
2005 85.81% -1.55%
2004 87.36% -3.78%
2003 91.15% -2.10%
2002 93.25% 13.36%
2001 79.89% 0.96%
2000 78.93% -4.91%
1999 83.85% 0.78%
1998 83.07% -1.35%
1997 84.42% 0.94%
1996 83.48% 19.67%
1995 63.81% 2.38%
1994 61.43% -1.72%
1993 63.15% 4.84%
1992 58.31% 1.18%
1991 57.14% 1.93%
1990 55.21% 1.93%