In Nova Scotia, 64.51% of households use oil to heat their homes. Another 18.03% use electricity.  Air conditioning is usually driven by electricity in Nova Scotia.
 
On average in 2010, space heating and cooling for each household
consumed 82.22 GJ and
emitted 7.19 GHG tonnes.
 
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Wood and wood pellets are an increasingly popular fuel for heating homes, representing 12.92% of the total energy consumed for residential space heating
RESIDENTIAL

SPACE HEATING

37.15%
consumption