Environmental Indicators
Environmental Indicators
11.4- Energy Consumption per Capita

This driving force indicator shows energy consumption levels and is one of the indicators used for comparison among countries, regions, etc.

In Turkey, the energy consumption per capita was 0.94 toe in 1990 and 1.80 toe in 2017.

In European Union countries, per capita primary energy consumption was 3.51 toe in 1990 and 3.22 toe in 2016 [72].

The average of 28 EU countries was 2.1 TOE, while the final energy use per capita in Turkey was 1.1 TOE in 2014 [74].

 

GRAPH 97- PRIMARY ENERGY CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA (TOE per capita)

Source: Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, http://www.eigm.gov.tr/tr-TR/Denge-Tablolari/Denge-Tablolari

 

In Turkey, electricity consumption per capita was 3.672 kWh in 2017 and around 1.000 kWh in 1990.

 

GRAPH 98- ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA (kWh per capita)

Source: Turkish Electricity Generation-Transmission 2017 Statistics, https://www.teias.gov.tr/tr/turkiye-elektrik-uretim-iletim-2017-yili-istatistikleri