Iceland used 123 PJ of energy in 2010, which accounts for just 3% of energy use in the Nordic countries.

Around half of Iceland’s energy is used in the industrial sector, most of which can be attributed to metal manufacturing. Due to the high volume of electricity consumption by the aluminium industry, and the country’s population of just 320,000, Iceland has the world’s highest electricity consumption per capita.

Fishing has a much more prominent role in the Icelandic economy and energy consumption than in other Nordic countries.

Source: IEA