Manitoba stationary combustion

Figure 1: Manitoba GHG Emissions – 1990-2018 – Stationary combustion

In 2018, stationary combustion sources accounted for about 17% of Manitoba’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (1).

Most of these emissions are from heating our buildings.

Stationary sources include energy used in

  • residential and commercial heating
  • manufacturing and construction industries
  • electricity generation
  • mining/oil and gas extraction

Figure 1 shows how these emissions have changed from 1990 to 2018:

  • 25% decrease overall from Stationary Combustion
  • 28% decrease in residential heating – mostly due to success of programs to reduced demand (e.g. insulation, furnace replacement)
  • 55% decrease from Commercial & institutional*
  • 29% increase from Manufacturing industries

To download a PDF file with the data, click here: Manitoba_GHG_trend_chart_1990-2018_stationary_combustion.pdf – 127KB

NOTE: All data are in CO2 equivalent kilotonnes per year. (1 kilotonne = 1000 tonnes = 1 million kilograms)

NOTE: There was a particularly large decrease in Commercial & institutional emissions in 2017 which we cannot explain.

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