Canada has electricity
Energy balance in Canada
Development of CO2 emissions from 1979 to 2016 in million tons
Production capacities according to energy sourcesThe production capacities for electrical energy listed here are theoretical values that could only be achieved under ideal conditions. They indicate the amount of energy that can be generated, which would be achieved with permanent full utilization of all energy producers.
In practice, however, this is not possible because solar systems under clouds, for example, hardly generate any electricity. Wind and hydropower plants also do not run under full load permanently. This information is therefore only helpful in comparison to other energy sources and countries.
Share of renewable energiesThe energy sources wind and solar energy, biomass and geothermal energy are summarized under renewable energies. In other words, all energy sources that renew themselves within a short period of time or are permanently available. Energy from hydropower is only partially renewable energy. This is definitely the case with current or tidal power plants. However, numerous dams or dams also produce mixed forms, e.g. by pumping water into their storage tanks at night and using it to recover energy during the day when there is an increased demand for electricity. Since the amount of energy obtained cannot be clearly recorded, all energies from hydropower are output separately.
In 2015, the share of renewable energies in the actual total consumption in Canada was around 22.0 percent. The following chart shows the percentage from 1990 to 2015:
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