This page has a list of countries by Alternative and nuclear energy (% of total energy use), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Clean energy is noncarbohydrate energy that does not produce carbon dioxide when generated. It includes hydropower and nuclear, geothermal, and solar power, among others.

  • Australia
    2.15 %
  • Austria
    12.21 %
  • Belgium
    15.11 %
  • Canada
    19.77 %
  • Switzerland
    39.89 %
  • Chile
    5.72 %
  • Colombia
    9.2 %
  • Costa Rica
    14.21 %
  • Czech Republic
    18.96 %
  • Germany
    12.86 %
  • Denmark
    11.75 %
  • Euro area
    20.48 %
  • Spain
    19.98 %
  • Estonia
    0.9332 %
  • European Union
    19.78 %
  • Finland
    25.35 %
  • France
    49.06 %
  • United Kingdom
    13.12 %
  • Greece
    6.2 %
  • Hungary
    18.45 %
  • Ireland
    4.8 %
  • Iceland
    37.52 %
  • Israel
    5.25 %
  • Italy
    6.33 %
  • Japan
    3.09 %
  • Luxembourg
    3.71 %
  • Mexico
    3.52 %
  • Netherlands
    3.37 %
  • Norway
    31.32 %
  • New Zealand
    13.99 %
  • Poland
    1.14 %
  • Portugal
    8.04 %
  • Slovenia
    28.23 %
  • Sweden
    43.24 %
  • Turkey
    6.65 %
  • United States
    11.87 %
  • World
    13.35 %