Remote Communities Energy Database

Remote Communities Energy Database The Remote Communities Energy Database is a public resource that provides pertinent factual information about the generation and use of electricity and other energy sources for all remote communities in Canada. Communities are identified as remote communities if they are not currently connected to the North-American electrical grid nor to the piped natural gas network; and is a permanent or long-term (5 years or more) settlement with at least 10 dwellings. The Remote Communities Energy Database is the only national data source on energy in remote communities that is publically available on one centralized site. The Remote Communities Energy Database allows users to search and conduct analyses of remote communities and their energy context. Users are also able download the data from the Remote Communities Energy Database dataset in CSV (i.e., excel compatible) format. This data is collected from a number of sources including the remote communities themselves, local utilities, provincial and territorial government’s, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC), Statistics Canada, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and various other stakeholders. 2022-02-22 Natural Resources Canada nrcan.rcdadministrator-administrateurbce.rncan@canada.ca Economics and IndustryInformation and CommunicationsElectricityEnergyDiesel fuelHydroelectric plantsRenewable resourcesRenewable energyElectric power stations Remote communities by main power sourceESRI REST https://geoappext.nrcan.gc.ca/arcgis/rest/services/FGP/remote_communities_2018_en/MapServer/0 Icônes pour les collectivités par type de carburantESRI REST https://geoappext.nrcan.gc.ca/arcgis/rest/services/FGP/remote_communities_2018_fr/MapServer/0 Remote Communities Energy DatabaseHTML https://atlas.gc.ca/rced-bdece/en/index.html Base de données sur l’énergie dans les collectivités éloignéesHTML https://atlas.gc.ca/rced-bdece/fr/index.html

The Remote Communities Energy Database is a public resource that provides pertinent factual information about the generation and use of electricity and other energy sources for all remote communities in Canada. Communities are identified as remote communities if they are not currently connected to the North-American electrical grid nor to the piped natural gas network; and is a permanent or long-term (5 years or more) settlement with at least 10 dwellings.

The Remote Communities Energy Database is the only national data source on energy in remote communities that is publically available on one centralized site. The Remote Communities Energy Database allows users to search and conduct analyses of remote communities and their energy context. Users are also able download the data from the Remote Communities Energy Database dataset in CSV (i.e., excel compatible) format.

This data is collected from a number of sources including the remote communities themselves, local utilities, provincial and territorial government’s, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC), Statistics Canada, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and various other stakeholders.

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Electronic Mail Address: nrcan.rcdadministrator-administrateurbce.rncan@canada.ca

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