Canada's electricity generation by source 2018

The statistic shows Canada's electric power generation in 2018, sorted by energy source. At this time, solar accounted for 2.19 terawatt hours of electric power generated in the country. Canada is largely reliant on hydroelectric sources for energy production.

Electric power generation in Canada in 2018, by type

Power generation in gigawatt hours
Hydraulic turbine382,129.9
Tidal power turbine19.52
Wind power turbine32,854.53
Solar2,192.1
Other renewables207.79
Thermal222,683.27
Combustible fuels127,653.68
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Source

Release date

2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

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Figures have been rounded.

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