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Electricity > Generation > Year: 2011 > Selected Products   (Billion Kilowatthours)

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GROUP / COUNTRY / FIPS CODE Electricity Nuclear Conventional Thermal Renewables Hydroelectric Pumped Storage
Renewables Hydroelectricity Non-Hydroelectric Renewables
Non-Hydroelectric Renewables Geothermal Solar, Tide, and Wave Wind Biomass and Waste
Total Net Generation Total Fossil Fuels Total Renewables Hydroelectric Total Non-Hydroelectric Renewables Solar, Tide and Wave Solar Tide and Wave
ASIA & OCEANIA 8,409.494 459.677 6,616.522 1,336.143 1,107.947 228.196 28.792 9.564 9.564 0.000 114.126 75.714 -2.848
   China CH 4,490.536 82.569 3,607.000 800.967 690.605 110.362 0.162 3.000 3.000 0.000 73.200 34.000 NA
NON OECD 10,749.952 464.799 7,956.520 2,332.305 2,096.389 235.916 25.677 4.232 4.232 0.000 112.115 93.892 -3.672
   China CH 4,490.536 82.569 3,607.000 800.967 690.605 110.362 0.162 3.000 3.000 0.000 73.200 34.000 NA

Notes on a New Kind of IES Table

The tables for Electricity Generation, All Products - Single Year and for Renewables, Electricity Generation, All Products - Single Year are in a new format, slightly different from the other IES tables. This is related to new user options for requesting data. Other tables based on these new user options will be introduced into IES in the coming months.

One difference for these 2 tables is that Solar is now separated from Tide & Wave. Another difference is that the header for these tables now includes a line showing the sequence of user choices leading to the table. For example, the table for Renewables, Electricity Generation, All Product - Single Year, 2011 now includes the following header line:

Renewables > Generation > Year: 2011 > Selected Products (Billion Kilowatthours)

Other differences are in files downloaded to Excel. Normal Excel downloads from IES begin with 3 header rows, then a blank row, then data. Excel files downloaded from tables in the new format will have several more header rows, giving a better description of the data columns. The new Excel header rows will have information similar to what you see when you generate the table in the IES interactive system.

Footnotes:

-- = Not applicable
(s) = Value is too small for the number of decimal places shown
NA = Not available
W = Data withheld to avoid disclosure
F = Forecast

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