In 2015, energy intensity for Canada was 7 mj per dollar of gdp. Energy intensity of Canada fell gradually from 10 MJ per dollar of GDP in 1996 to 7 MJ per dollar of GDP in 2015.The description is composed by Yodatai, our digital data assistant. Have a question? Ask Yodatai ›
Energy intensity level of primary energy is the ratio between energy supply and gross domestic product measured at purchasing power parity at constant prices of 2011. Energy intensity is an indication of how much energy is used to produce one unit of economic output. Lower ratio indicates that less energy is used to produce one unit of output.
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