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Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Newfoundland and Labrador, 2014

Industry Percentage (%)
Large Industry 36%
Transportation 34%
Power Generation 11%
Waste 8%
Residential 4%
Commercial and Institutional 5%
Manufacturing 1%
Agriculture 1%

Note: Power generation accounts for emissions from electricity consumption, meaning on-site electricity consumption is excluded from other categories (Commercial & Institutional, Residential, Manufacturing, Forestry, Agriculture & Construction, and Large Industry)

Source: Adjusted from the National Inventory Report, Environment Canada


Energy Use by Sector in Newfoundland and Labrador, 2013

Sector Percentage (%)
Transportation 48%
Industrial 25%
Residential 17%
Commercial and Institutional 10%

Note: These numbers exclude offshore natural gas.


Residential Energy Use in Newfoundland and Labrador

Utility Percentage (%)
Space Heating 67%
Appliances 15%
Water Heating 15%
Lighting 3%

Note: These numbers exclude offshore natural gas.


Residential Water Use, Canada

Purpose Percentage (%)
Showers and Baths 35%
Toilet Flushing 30%
Laundry 20%
Kitchen and Drinking 10%
Cleaning 5%

Source: Environment Canada


Energy Use in Commerical and Institutional Buildings, Atlantic Provinces, 2012

Utility Percentage (%)
Water Heating 10%
Lighting 12%
Equipment 29%
Space Heating and Cooling 49%

Source: Office of Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources Canada


Historical Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Newfoundland and Labrador, 1990 - 2014

Year Millions of Tonnes
1990 9.575
1991 8.457
1992 8.317
1993 8.421
1994 7.407
1995 8.423
1996 8.578
1997 9.129
1998 10.594
1999 9.593
2000 9.125
2001 9.776
2002 11.788
2003 11.439
2004 10.877
2005 10.213
2006 9.868
2007 10.995
2008 10.323
2009 10.083
2010 10.310
2011 10.276
2012 9.757
2013 9.568
2014 10.555