Countries With Lowest Electricity Production - Bottom 10 World

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Electricity Production Latest Reference
Cyprus
Croatia
Lithuania
Latvia
Luxembourg
Macau
Malta
Mali
Mongolia
Nicaragua

Luxembourg Eletricity Production stands at 33.00 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Eurostat. Volume, NSA. Forecast: 52.4106 Gigawatt-hour.
Macau Electricity Production latest value is 87.40 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Statistics and Census Service, Government of Macao SAR. Volumes, NSA. Forecast: 89.7223 Gigawatt-hour.
Malta Eletricity Production was last reported at 188.00 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Eurostat. Volume, NSA. Forecast: 177.1503 Gigawatt-hour.
Nicaragua Electricity Production stands at 207.87 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Banco Central de Nicaragua. Volumes, NSA. Forecast: 198.4112 Gigawatt-hour.
Lithuania Eletricity Production latest value is 292.00 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Eurostat. Volume, NSA. Forecast: 319.1031 Gigawatt-hour.
Mongolia Electricity Production was last reported at 382.70 Gigawatt-hour. Source: National Statistical Office of Mongolia. Volumes, NSA. Forecast: 323.9054 Gigawatt-hour.
Latvia Eletricity Production stands at 405.00 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Eurostat. Volume, NSA. Forecast: 438.0861 Gigawatt-hour.
Mali Electricity Production latest value is 494.09 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Institut National de la Statistique, Mali. Volumes, NSA. Forecast: 497.3837 Gigawatt-hour.
Cyprus Eletricity Production was last reported at 532.00 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Eurostat. Volume, NSA. Forecast: 439.8587 Gigawatt-hour.
Croatia Eletricity Production stands at 907.00 Gigawatt-hour. Source: Eurostat. Volume, NSA. Forecast: 965.2859 Gigawatt-hour.
The country with lowest Electricity Production is Malta (188.00 Gigawatt-hour in Aug 2017) followed by Nicaragua (207.87 Gigawatt-hour in Mar 2017) in the second position and Lithuania (292.00 Gigawatt-hour in Aug 2017) in the third.