Estimated CO2 emissions from cogeneration in Canada by sector 2014

This statistic displays the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from total cogeneration in Canada by sector in 2014. During this year, cogeneration emissions from the paper and wood products sector totaled some five metric tons. Cogeneration uses a heat engine or power station which simultaneously produces electricity and heat that can be used for other purposes.

Estimate of total cogeneration CO2 emissions in Canada in 2014, by sector

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Release date

March 2016

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2014

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