In British Columbia, Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, hydro
(90.63%) was the main source of electricity in 2010. Biomass
alternatives accounted for 4.90%, while natural gas
made up another 3.92%. Diesel
(an oil product) was also used to make 0.54% of the region's electricity, mainly in remote communities. The region has no coal or nuclear power plants.