Canada's cogeneration plant capacity1950-2014

This statistic displays the total capacity of cogeneration plants in Canada from pre 1950 to 2014, based on start year. From 1989 to 1989, some 280 megawatt capacity was added in cogeneration plants. Cogeneration uses a heat engine or power station which simultaneously produces electricity and heat that can be used for other purposes.

Capacity of cogeneration plants in Canada from pre-1950s to 2014

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Release date

March 2015



Survey time period

pre-1950s to 2014

Supplementary notes

Does not include capacity that has been taken out of commission.

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