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Source: Residential Sector – Canada, Natural Resources Canada

Description: This stacked bar chart shows the stock of residential heat pumps installed in Canada in thousands of units for 2000 to 2020 (the latest available data). Data can be filtered by region, and by type of residential building. In 2000, there were 414,000 heat pumps installed in Canada, 350,000 of those (or 85 per cent) across single detached homes. Ontario and Quebec combined accounted for 78 per cent of total heat pumps that year. By 2020, the number of heat pumps installed in Canada’s homes more than doubled to 842,000 units, with single detached homes in Quebec and Ontario combined, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the total that year. To see an animated version of this graph, click here.

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