In 2010, the residential sector
consumed 13,174,890 GJ of other fuel sources and
emitted 195,963 GHG tonnes.
Wood (3.02%) is the fuel that provides most of the energy for residential consumption other than oil, natural gas and electricity in British Columbia, Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.  It is primarily used to heat homes and hot water tanks.  In 2010, ethanol represented 1.27% of total energy consumed; it was used to fuel personal automobiles.
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