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Old 12-17-2018, 07:32 PM   #4163 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by All Darc View Post
Energy per capta???

Well, how much it's also from industries (energy consumed by a country divided by the number of population ? WHat is the energy per capta for just home consumers and schools worplace (lighting and heating and cooling of rooms) and energy for meals and services like cleaning, clothes washing?

Is that graphic including industries energy connsumed too ?

Home and workplace rooms alone it's one thing. Industry it's another, very different.
I always assumed it was all energy consumed divided by the population. So all transportation, mining, farming, industry, infrastructure, electricity, heat, everything. So any country that is a net exporter will have some of the energy embodied in goods that are not theirs.