Energy IQ is an educational resource designed to help students discover the different types of energy produced in Canada, how these energy sources get from production facilities to homes and businesses, and the ways Canadians use energy every day. Learn about crude oil, hydroelectricity, nuclear energy, natural gas, coal, wind energy, solar energy, biomass and tidal energy.
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The average Canadian uses the equivalent of 28,914 kWh of energy every year. That’s enough power to charge your cell phone for 14,043 years.