In Nova Scotia, the majority of hot water heaters consist of a storage tank heated by burning oil (61.22%), while another 34.22% of homes use electricity.
 
On average in 2010, a household's water heating
consumed 16.91 GJ and
emitted 1.97 GHG tonnes.
 
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RESIDENTIAL

WATER HEATING

7.64%
consumption