Based on 2008 data, it looks like Brazil is far ahead due to large hydroelectricity production of 371.5 TW-h (terawatt-hours) out of total of 385.8 TW-h from renewables. That places it second in the world after China, who also has massive hydro power. Venezuela also makes it into world’s top ten, and is second in South America, with 83.9 TW-h renewables – also from hydroelectricity. Would be interesting to find per capita or percentage of total consumption statistics, as that would be a more fair measurement of renewable power production.
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