Canada's share of renewable electrical capacity by source 2015

This statistic displays the distribution of renewable electrical capacity in Canada as of 2015, by source. During this year, some three percent of the country's renewable electrical capacity came from biomass sources. Canada primarily uses renewable energy sources for electricity, heat, and to produce biofuels.

Distribution of renewable electrical capacity in Canada as of 2015, by source

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Release date

March 2016

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2015

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