Around the world, only five countries are outputting more than 1,000,000 GWH on an annual basis, with those including China (7,779,100 GWh), the United States (4,286,600 GWh), India (1,560,900 GWh annually), Russia (1,085,400 GWh annually) and Japan (1,004,800 GWh annually). The team at SolarPower.Guide has released this new infographic that covers every country in the world, ranked by yearly electricity production. Per the data and research, it was found that China not only leads the world in annual electricity output, but they do so by a rather large margin, with nearly double the amount of electricity output as the second-ranked United States. With their electricity output, China has been known to heavily rely on fossil fuels for producing energy, and coal plays a large part of that as well, accounting for 79.0% of the overall energy mix in China. With coal, China ranks fourth in the world behind only Mongolia (95.1%), South Africa (93.8%) and Poland (86.7%).