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Nuclear energy consumption in France: Stagnation in 2017

The variable remained unchanged compared to the prior year, according to statistics announced by British Petroleum. The indicator was 403.21 terawatthour, for the 2nd consecutive year. France saw a growth of 38 082.39% in nuclear power consumption during the last 53 years. However, it has attained a fall at a 0.01% average annual growth rate over the last five years with a negligible overall raise since the 1965. It averaged 255.59 terawatthour from 1965 to 2017 and it hit its all-time high of 451.53 terawatthour in 2005 and record low of 1.06 terawatthour in 1965.

Nuclear energy consumption in France: Stagnation in 2017
Date Terawatthour Variation
2017 403.21 =
2016 403.21 -7.82
2015 437.43 0.22
2014 436.47 3.02
2013 423.69 -0.4
2012 425.41 -3.77
2011 442.08 3.22
2010 428.28 4.53
2009 409.74 -6.76
2008 439.45 -0.06

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