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By Benjamin BlanchardPublished 11:35 p.m.
ESTThe United States has the world’s highest ionization rate, and a number of other countries are producing more of it, according to a new study.
Israel and the United Kingdom, the world leaders in ionization power generation, have produced about 60% of the world ionization rates.
That puts the United States in second place, behind only the United Arab Emirates, which has an average of about 60%.
Other countries with relatively low ionization levels include Norway, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Norway, Denmark and Germany.
Israel’s ionization is the most powerful in the world.
In 2012, the country had an average rate of about 1.3 micrometers per second, compared with about 1 nanometer per second for the rest of the countries.
The United States is the third-most ionized country, at about 1 to 2 micrometres per second.
The world average is about 2.5 nanometres per minute.
The average rate in Israel is around 3 nanometre per second per minute, according the report.
According to the report, the United Nations Environment Programme reported that the country’s total energy-generating capacity is about 20% higher than that of countries that do not produce much ionization.
That compares with about 11% for the United states and 10% for countries that generate most of their power from wind.
The study was commissioned by the Israeli government and the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).
The EIA is part of the U.S. government.
In January, EIA director Mark Zandi said the country is using “very robust technologies to control the ionization” and that “there is no doubt that the US is one of the leaders in the global effort to reduce this issue.”
He said the US has “a significant share” of the global ionization problem.
“We are not one of those countries where we have a high rate of ionization,” Zandi told a Senate hearing in January.
“But, at the same time, we are very committed to reducing that rate.”
According to EIA, Israel’s total power generation capacity in 2013 was about 2,900 megawatts (MW) of electricity.
The country has about 9,500 MW of solar power and more than 2,000 MW of wind power.
Israel, which is currently the world leader in solar energy production, is the worlds largest producer of wind and solar energy, and the country has a large wind power base.
It has more than 50% of its wind power produced by wind.
The nation’s largest utility, Yair-Israel Electric (YEL), has more solar power than any other company in Israel.
The EIA report does not include wind and thermal power, because they are not subject to the same regulations as other renewable sources of energy.
The report says wind energy accounts for only about 4% of Israel’s electricity generation.
According the report:In 2013, Israel exported about 12,000 megawatts of wind, about 4.6% of total wind power exports.
Of those, the wind power exported in 2013 produced about 5.6 million megawatts, which would generate about 8% of electricity generated in Israel in 2013.
That would be equivalent to about 16% of all wind power imported into the country.
The wind power is mostly produced by the YEL, which supplies power to the power grid.
Israel has more wind power than almost any other country.
In the US, wind power production is more than twice as high as in Israel, producing about 8.2% of US electricity in 2013, according EIA.
Wind power accounts for about 12% of power exports from Israel to the United Sates, according data from the American Wind Energy Association.
Wind is the largest source of power generation in the US.
The report also notes that wind power accounts in part for about half of Israel ‘s annual electricity generation, making it the second largest source for the country, behind natural gas, according TOI.
Wind energy accounted for about 6% of Israeli electricity production in 2014, the EIA said.