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Electricity
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Domestic demand (2012)
End-use
Use (TWh)
% of Total
Producer consumption
53
9
Mining, oil and gas extraction
31
6
Manufacturing
167
30
Transportation
5
1
Agriculture
9
2
Residential
151
27
Commercial, institutional
148
26
Total
564
100
Electricity demand by province, 2012
Note: The importance of electricity in Quebec is due to the prevalence of electric 
space and water heating, as well as the presence of electricity-intensive industries 
such as aluminum smelting.
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Electricity
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Retail prices
Average residential electricity prices,  
including taxes, April 2014
Average large industrial electricity prices,  
including taxes, April 2014
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y
energy used by final consumers in various sectors of the 
economy
excludes producer consumption, conversion losses and non-
energy uses (e.g. petrochemical feedstocks)
Factors affecting energy use
y
y
y
y
level of activity - the number of households and the floor space 
of residences; short-term variations in industrial output
sectoral structure (e.g. growth and decline of energy-intensive 
industries)
weather - leading to changes in heating and cooling 
requirements
service level (i.e. the penetration rate of devices and equipment, 
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Energy demand
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Energy efficiency
y
y
y
Energy efficiency in Canada improved by 1.2% per year or 
23.4% overall between 1990 and 2011.
Efficiency improvements slow the rate of growth in energy use:
·
·
Energy use grew by 27% between 1990 and 2011.
Without energy efficiency improvements, energy use would 
have grown by 49%.
Energy efficiency savings of 1,551 PJ in 2011:
· equivalent to end-user savings of $34.9 billion
Secondary energy use with and without energy efficiency 
improvements 1990–2011
88
Energy demand
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Trends in energy use and intensity by  
subsector, 1990–2011
Energy use
1
Energy intensity
2
Residential
14%
-29%
Commercial
27%
-11%
Transportation 
(passenger)
20%
-21%
Freight
75%
15%
Industrial 
(forestry, mining, 
manufacturing, 
construction)
23%
-12%
Industry (w/o 
upstream mining)
-3%
-29%
y
y
The lower rate of growth in energy use caused a decline in 
energy intensities.
Most industries saw a reduction in their energy intensity due in 
part to gains in energy efficiency.
1
energy used by final consumers to deliver energy services in various sectors of the 
economy (e.g. space heating, process heating and lighting)
2 the amount of energy used per unit of activity (e.g. floor space – residential, floor 
space – commercial, passenger-kilometres, tonne kilometres and GDP)
89
Energy demand
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canadian households
Household expenditures
y
y
y
Canadian households spent $4,434 on average on energy in 
2012.
Energy accounted for 7.9% of total households’ expenditures.
Lower-income households spend a larger share of their 
disposable income on energy.
Energy retail prices
y
y
The “energy” component of the consumer price index has been 
volatile in recent years.
This volatility reflects mostly the variations of upstream oil 
and gas prices and their impact on consumer products such as 
gasoline.
Consumer price index (2002=100)
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Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canadian GHG emissions (2012)
Total ......................................................699 Mt CO
2
equivalent
Canada’s emissions constitute less than 2% of global emissions.
Between 2005 and 2012, GHG emissions decreased by 5.1% while 
the economy grew by 10.6%. 
Over that same period, GHG emissions from the production of 
fossil fuels (including coal) increased by 10% and emissions from 
electricity production decreased by 29%.
*See page 25 for information on GHG emissions from the oil sands.
Canada’s 2012 emissions by economic sector
*includes coal production
**EITE: emissions intensive, trade exposed 
11 
Greenhouse gas emissions
91
Greenhouse gas emissions
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canada’s GHG emissions, 1990–2012
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Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2014
Prefixes and abbreviations
Metric
kilo 
= k = thousand
mega  = M = million
giga 
= G =  billion
tera 
= T =  trillion
peta 
= P = 10
15
Notes
y
y
Tonne may be abbreviated to “t”
Roman numerals are sometimes used with imperial units 
(thiscan create confusion with the metric “M”): 
·
·
M = thousand
MM = million
Crude oil
Upstream
y
y
y
y
reserves/production usually in barrels or multiples 
(millionbarrels)
production/capacity often in barrels per day or multiples 
(thousand barrels/day or Mb/d, million barrels/day or 
MMb/d)
metric: 1 cubic metre = 6.2898 barrels
International Energy Agency: uses weight (tonnes) rather than 
volume
Downstream
y
y
y
volumes of refined products usually in litres
1,000 litres = 1 cubic metre
U.S.: 1 U.S. gallon = 3.785 litres
Annex 1: Units and 
conversion factors
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