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Year  Cumulative Electiricy Generated since 1989
Megawatt Hours
Cumulative Fossil Fuel Electricity Generation Capacity since 1992
mW
Cumulative Renewable Electricity Capacity since 1992
mW
 
 
198943,335,356         
199086,209,757         
1991130,549,309         
1992178,069,650  7,231  829   
1993226,346,297  14,474  1,676   
1994278,620,502  22,156  2,582   
1995330,938,421  29,843  3,485   
1996382,755,274  37,532  4,403   
1997436,801,973  45,232  5,317   
1998492,405,101  52,907  6,234   
1999546,658,254  60,799  7,371   
2000604,064,257  69,327  8,576   
2001664,472,754  78,568  9,848   
2002723,555,695  88,252  11,124   
2003779,810,389  98,567  12,508   
2004838,031,001  108,881  14,001   
2005897,757,775  119,513  15,528   
2006957,972,915  129,724  17,168   
20071,018,477,086  140,090  18,948   
20081,076,996,179  150,855  20,747   
20091,136,172,747  161,995  22,614   
20101,197,464,863  172,895  24,659   
20111,256,629,130  183,695  26,814   
20121,329,547,430         
20131,405,551,430         
20141,485,894,430         
 

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Cumulative Electiricy Generated since 1989:Calculated from Table "Electricity Generation."
Cumulative Fossil Fuel Electricity Generation Capacity since 1992:

Calculated from Table "Annual Electricity Generation Capacity."

Notes:
-Fossil Fuel Electricity Generation is the sum of Coal, Natural Gas, and Fuel Oil Generation Capacity.
-Because actual generated electricity is only roughly 60% of the annual generated capacity in Alberta, this number is not a good proxy for cumulative electricity generated. However, it does give a good snapshot of the historical mix of Alberta's generation capacity.

Cumulative Renewable Electricity Capacity since 1992:

Calculated from Table "Annual Electricity Generation Capacity."

Notes:
-Renewable Electricity Generation is caluculated as the sum of Hydro, Wind, Biomass, Biogas, Waste Heat, and Other Generation Capacity.
-Because actual generated electricity is only roughly 60% of the annual generated capacity in Alberta, this number is not a good proxy for cumulative electricity generated. However, it does give a good snapshot of the historical mix of Alberta's generation capacity.