Unlike oil and gas, electricity is not a primary source of energy. It needs to be manufactured from other energy sources.
In 2010, uranium (0%), coal (21.16%) and oil (18.74%) were the main sources for electricity in New Brunswick. Hydro (30.57%), natural gas (16.84%), biomass and other alternatives (9.12%) made up the balance. Wind power came online after 2010.
New Brunswick produces virtually all of its own electricity needs. See New Brunswick's production statistics here.
In 2010, production
consumed 68,756,810 GJ and
emitted 4,732,201 GHG tonnes.
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