Table 3-2
Household energy use, by fuel type and by province, 2011 — Average energy use

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Household energy use, by fuel type and by province, 2011 — Average energy use
Table summary
This table displays the average household energy use by fuel type and province. The row headers are comprised of the Canada total and each province. The column headers are comprised of the fuel type and an 'All fuel types' category. Average energy use is presented in gigajoules per household. The table has a note which reads 'Average household energy use for households using the specified type of fuel.'
  Electricity Natural gas Oil Wood and wood pellets Propane All fuel types
  gigajoules per household
Canada 40 92 62 88 20 105
Newfoundland and Labrador 58 F 64 110 10 111
Prince Edward Island 29 F 71 135 E 142
Nova Scotia 35 F 62 75 11 E 101
New Brunswick 53 F 59 96 E 92
Quebec 60 72 57 117 13 95
Ontario 30 93 70 77 26 107
Manitoba 48 78 F 57 E F 98
Saskatchewan 32 88 F 31 E F 110
Alberta 31 105 F 36 E F 130
British Columbia 37 84 50 58 22 E 99
Note(s):
Average household energy use for households using the specified type of fuel.
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division.
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