The annual global energy consumption is estimated to 580 million terajoules. That's 580 million trillion joules or about 13865 million tons of oil equivalents.
Likewise, people ask, how much energy is used in the world per day?
In 2016, the world primary energy consumption was 13.3 billion toe (ton of oil equivalent). With a world population of about 7.4 billion, we now have a world average consumption of primary energy of 57 kWh per day per person.
Also to know, how powerful is a terawatt?
1 terawatt hour per year = 1×1012 Wh / (365 days × 24 hours per day) ≈ 114 million watts, equivalent to approximately 114 megawatts of constant power output. The watt second is a unit of energy, equal to the joule. One kilowatt hour is 3,600,000 watt seconds.
Which country uses least energy?
Among OECD nations, Iceland, Canada and South Korea are the most energy-intensive, while Estonia, Ireland and the U.K. are the least.
Which city uses the most electricity?
Monthly electricity consumption in major U.S. cities 2017 In 2017, Miami had the highest average monthly electricity usage with 1,125 kilowatt hours used on average. San Francisco had the lowest average usage with just 261 kilowatt hours.