Growth was down on 2014 (2.4%) and remained well below the 10-year trend (2.8%). OECD electricity grew by 0.2%, after four consecutive years of declining generation. Non-OECD electricity generation grew by 1.4%, significantly slower than 2014 (4.9%) and well below the 10-year trend (5.5%). The slowdown was most marked in China, the world’s largest electricity generator, with growth of just 0.3% in 2015, compared to 6.7% in 2014. The world‘s second largest generator, the US, posted a decline of 0.1%, and North America was the only region to show a decline in electricity generation (-0.1%). India, the third-largest generator, grew by 4.1% to record the largest volumetric growth in generation.