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|The IEA's Monthly Electricity Statistics provides timely electricity production and trade data for all OECD Member Countries. It aims to report as up-to-date and consistent information as possible for the last four months. It also provides previous annual data and year-to-date indicators.|
|Data is at the individual country level as well as in organisational and regional groupings. These groupings include: OECD Total, OECD Europe, OECD North America, OECD Pacific and IEA Total. The units are TWh for the groupings and GWh for the single countries.|
|January 2008 vs. January 2007|
|Total OECD production reached 934.0 TWh, an increase of 3.9% or 35.1 TWh over the same month last year.|
Combustible Fuels grew by 6.7%, increasing by12.6% in OECD Pacific and 6.9%
in OECD Europe.
- Nuclear and Hydro production fell by 0.2% and 2.7% respectively for the OECD as a whole. The biggest fall occurred in OECD Pacific with -7.3% and -4.8% respectively.
- Geoth./Wind/Solar/Other grew by 9.8%, with the strongest growth of 12.8% in OECD Pacific.
|Year 2007 vs. year 2006|
|Total OECD production reached 934.0 TWh, an increase of 3.9% or 35.1 TWh over the same period last year.|
Geoth./Wind/Solar/Other grew strongly at 18.8%, driven by a 22.8% growth in
- Combustible Fuels grew by only 3%, with similar rates of growth in OECD Europe and OECD North America.
- Nuclear and Hydro production decreased by 2.8% and 2.6% respectively.
|Year 2006||Year 2007|
|Total = 10 030 TWh||Total = 10 234 TWh|
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