The chart shows how much electricity is generated in Jordan from various energy sources. This is typically referred to as energy mix or power generation mix. The numbers on this page are our calculations based on data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Looking at the last five years of available data ending in 2017, the electricity generation in Jordan, measured in billion kilowatthours per year, is as follows: 17.36 from fossil fuels including coal, natural gas, and oil; 0.19 from wind; 0.28 from solar installations; 0.05 from hydro; 0 from nuclear power plants; and 0 from geothermal sources.

The table shows the relative importance of the various energy sources in terms of their percent of the total electricity generation in Jordan. The calculations are based on the latest five years of available data. For comparison, the table also shows the average values for the world and for Asia.

In Asia, the main energy source is fossil fuels with 78.43 percent of the total energy produced. For the world as a whole, fossil fuels are also the main energy source with 65.75 percent. In Jordan the greatest share of electricity is generated from fossil fuels as well with 97.09 percent A greater percent of the electricity in Jordan is produced from fossil fuels compared to the rest of the world.

Energy source Percent of the total electricity generation in Jordan Percent of the total electricity generation in Asia Percent of the total electricity generation for the world
Fossil 97.09 78.43 65.75
Wind 1.08 2.37 4.75
Solar 1.55 1.05 1.88
Hydro 0.27 14.28 16.83
Nuclear 0 3.66 10.46
Geothermal 0 0.21 0.33

See a complete list of countries with energy mix data.

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