Switzerland Leads in Global Energy Ranking
China ranked 78th and the United States was 15th, according to the report by the World Energy Council, a London-based group that promotes sustainable power.
Canada came in sixth and France was 10th, while the worst showing of all 129 countries was made by Zimbabwe.
Countries were also given letter grades for their performance in three categories: how well they manage their energy supply, how accessible and affordable energy is across the population, and how much of their power is derived from low-carbon renewables.
Only five countries received all A’s—Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Britain and Spain.
Benin and Zimbabwe received all D’s. India, Lebanon, Yemen and Nicaragua also fared poorly with C’s and D’s.
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