In Prince Edward Island, 83.24% of households use oil to heat their homes. Wood (10.10%) and natural gas (2.02%) are also used to fuel furnaces, and electricity is used for both heating and cooling (4.64%). 
 
On average in 2010, space heating and cooling for each household
consumed 74.09 GJ and
emitted 5.15 GHG tonnes.
 
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RESIDENTIAL

SPACE HEATING

31.86%
consumption