In 2021, net electricity consumption worldwide amounted to over 25,000 terawatt-hours, an increase of more than 30 percent in comparison to a decade earlier. When compared to 1980, global electricity consumption more than tripled. On the generation side, the world is still strongly dependent on fossil fuels. Despite the world's renewable energy capacity quintupling in the last decade, coal and gas combined still accounted for almost 60 percent of global electricity generation in 2021.
I'm thinking about per capita electricity consumption this morning. According to Statista, the US is 12,314 kWh. A nice chart at the link below. I've not compared to other sources. But
Global per capita electricity consumption 2021 | Statista