This post is a part of my CLIMATE CONUNDRUM Series. See all posts in this series here -Based on 2017 data - India Renewable Energy Consulting – Solar, Biomass, Wind, Cleantech
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Based on 2017 data, an average American consumes about 800 times the electricity as an average citizen of Guinea Bissau.

In other words, an average American uses more electricity in one day than an average Guinea Bissau citizen does in two years.

Should we chide the rich Americans for being profligate in their electricity use or pity the Guinea Bissau chap for his economic poverty which almost certainly is the reason for his low electricity use?

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