Serbia Coal Usage/Consumption 1990-2022

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.
  • Serbia coal usage/consumption for 2015 was 72.43%, a 6.16% increase from 2014.
  • Serbia coal usage/consumption for 2014 was 66.27%, a 6.86% decline from 2013.
  • Serbia coal usage/consumption for 2013 was 73.14%, a 0.33% increase from 2012.
  • Serbia coal usage/consumption for 2012 was 72.80%, a 2.9% decline from 2011.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name % of Electricity from Coal
Botswana 96.36%
South Africa 92.71%
Serbia 72.43%
Kazakhstan 71.57%
China 70.31%
Bosnia 63.98%
North Macedonia 58.36%
Montenegro 50.35%
Bulgaria 46.21%
Malaysia 42.28%
Mauritius 39.44%
Turkey 29.10%
Romania 27.64%
Guatemala 21.36%
Thailand 19.45%
Russia 14.82%
Dominican Republic 12.86%
Colombia 11.85%
Mexico 10.87%
Brazil 4.72%
Peru 0.84%
Namibia 0.46%
Iran 0.16%
Gabon 0.00%
Libya 0.00%
Paraguay 0.00%
Venezuela 0.00%
Ecuador 0.00%
Lebanon 0.00%
Algeria 0.00%
Turkmenistan 0.00%
Belarus 0.00%
Jordan 0.00%
Cuba 0.00%
Jamaica 0.00%
Suriname 0.00%
Costa Rica 0.00%
Iraq 0.00%
Azerbaijan 0.00%
Armenia 0.00%
Albania 0.00%
Serbia Coal Usage/Consumption - Historical Data
Year % of Electricity from Coal Annual Change
2015 72.43% 6.16%
2014 66.27% -6.86%
2013 73.14% 0.33%
2012 72.80% -2.90%
2011 75.70% 8.65%
2010 67.06% -4.27%
2009 71.32% -1.12%
2008 72.44% 2.39%
2007 70.05% 1.32%
2006 68.73% 4.46%
2005 64.27% -4.02%
2004 68.29% -1.58%
2003 69.87% 5.53%
2002 64.34% 2.12%
2001 62.22% -0.56%
2000 62.78% 6.03%
1999 56.75% -6.94%
1998 63.69% 0.79%
1997 62.90% 6.43%
1996 56.47% -6.42%
1995 62.89% -3.02%
1994 65.91% 0.39%
1993 65.52% -0.07%
1992 65.59% 2.55%
1991 63.04% -6.02%
1990 69.06% -6.02%