Energy Used Per Person in Highly Populated Countries in 2005
By : Nur Wani Wajihah
The table indicates energy used per person in 15 highly populated countries which was divided into three groups in 2005. USA showed the highest usage of coal to make energy.
The first group which used coal the most were USA (11485 kg), Germany (5689 kg), UK (5462 kg), Russia (5252 kg) and France (4330 kg) while the least usage of coal went to a group of Turkey (628 kg), Egypt (322 kg), Philippines (309 kg), Thailand (300 kg) and India (201 kg). Besides, a group of Japan, Italy, Spain, Mexico and Brazil, there were a lot of differences of coal required between Italy and Spain which were 1214 kg. USA requires a lot of coal which were 11485 kg compared to India (201 kg). Japan used less coal which was 3839 kg because it used solar power to make energy. Germany ranked second highest usage of coal which was 5769 kg less than USA. The coal required by Brazil was 18 kg more than Turkey. The least difference of coal usage was between Philippines and Thailand which was 9 kg.
In short, coal used to make energy was the highest in USA compared to other 14 highly populated countries in 2005. A group of USA, Germany, UK, Russia and France indicated the vast amount of coal required to make energy.