Afghanistan Angola Albania Aland Andorra United Arab Emirates Argentina Armenia Fr. S. Antarctic Lands Australia Austria Azerbaijan Burundi Belgium Benin Burkina Faso Bangladesh Bulgaria Bahrain Bahamas Bosnia and Herz. Belarus Belize Bolivia Brazil Barbados Brunei Bhutan Botswana Central African Rep. Canada Switzerland Chile China Côte d'Ivoire Cameroon Dem. Rep. Congo Congo Colombia Comoros Cape Verde Costa Rica Cuba Curaçao N. Cyprus Cyprus Czech Rep. Germany Djibouti Dominica Denmark Dominican Rep. Algeria Ecuador Egypt Eritrea Spain Estonia Ethiopia Finland Fiji Falkland Is. France Faeroe Is. Gabon United Kingdom Georgia Ghana Guinea Gambia Guinea-Bissau Eq. Guinea Greece Greenland Guatemala Guam Guyana Hong Kong Heard I. and McDonald Is. Honduras Croatia Haiti Hungary Indonesia Isle of Man India Ireland Iran Iraq Iceland Israel Italy Jamaica Jordan Japan Siachen Glacier Kazakhstan Kenya Kyrgyzstan Cambodia Korea Kosovo Kuwait Lao PDR Lebanon Liberia Libya Saint Lucia Liechtenstein Sri Lanka Lesotho Lithuania Luxembourg Latvia St-Martin Morocco Moldova Madagascar Mexico Macedonia Mali Myanmar Montenegro Mongolia Mozambique Mauritania Mauritius Malawi Malaysia Namibia New Caledonia Niger Nigeria Nicaragua Netherlands Norway Nepal New Zealand Oman Pakistan Panama Peru Philippines Papua New Guinea Poland Puerto Rico Dem. Rep. Korea Portugal Paraguay Palestine Fr. Polynesia Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda W. Sahara Saudi Arabia Sudan S. Sudan Senegal S. Geo. and S. Sandw. Is. Solomon Is. Sierra Leone El Salvador Somaliland Somalia Serbia São Tomé and Principe Suriname Slovakia Slovenia Sweden Swaziland Sint Maarten Syria Chad Togo Thailand Tajikistan Turkmenistan Timor-Leste Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Taiwan Tanzania Uganda Ukraine Uruguay United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Vanuatu Samoa Yemen South Africa Zambia Zimbabwe
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Source: http://databank.worldbank.org/data/source/world-development-indicators

Notes: Although clean energy resources are on the headlines nowadays, share of coal in electricity production is still very important. Many of world's major economies still relies heavily on coal for energy. Two of the biggest countries of world (China and India) burns coal to produce for more than half of their electricity. Poland is the leading coal dependent electricity producer in Europe while South Africa and Botswana are the leading ones in Africa with more than 90% share of coal in electricity production.

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Dataset for Share Of Coal In Electricity Production (% In 2015)

Entity Value
Argentina 2
Australia 63
Austria 8
Belgium 6
Bangladesh 2
Bulgaria 46
Bosnia and Herz. 64
Brazil 5
Botswana 96
Canada 10
Chile 37
China 70
Colombia 12
Czech Rep. 53
Germany 44
Denmark 25
Dominican Rep. 13
Spain 19
Estonia 5
Finland 8
France 2
United Kingdom 23
Greece 43
Guatemala 21
Honduras 1
Croatia 21
Hungary 19
Indonesia 56
India 75
Ireland 17
Israel 45
Italy 16
Japan 33
Kazakhstan 72
Kyrgyzstan 13
Cambodia 48
Korea 43
Kosovo 97
Sri Lanka 34
Morocco 56
Mexico 11
Macedonia 58
Myanmar 2
Montenegro 50
Mongolia 93
Mauritius 39
Malaysia 42
Niger 42
Netherlands 39
New Zealand 4
Panama 7
Peru 1
Philippines 45
Poland 81
Portugal 29
Romania 28
Russia 15
Serbia 72
Slovakia 13
Slovenia 30
Sweden 1
Thailand 19
Tajikistan 2
Turkey 29
Ukraine 35
United States 34
Uzbekistan 4
Vietnam 30
South Africa 93
Zimbabwe 47

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