Calculate Your Carbon Footprint

Discover your energy emissions

Electricity and heating are the largest contributors to global emissions.

Understanding the carbon dioxide emissions created by your energy use is essential for understanding your carbon footprint.

How our calculator works

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Input your electricity and/or natural gas usage from your utility bill

Anyone who receives a utility bill can use this tool.

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Get your offset needs

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Welcome to Re(source) Energy’s Emissions Tracker, a tool designed to help you understand the emissions created by your energy consumption. 

Simply by using the last 12 months of electricity and natural gas usage from your utility bill, our platform calculates the carbon emissions you’ve generated.

We recommend using the actual numbers from your last 12 months of energy consumption (found on your electrical and natural gas bills, see attached sample image).

Before you begin, you’ll need:

  • Your last 12 months of electricity consumption (found on your energy bill, or by logging into your provider account)
The average Canadian household uses 11,135 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year.
The average Canadian household uses between 1,900-3, 100 gigajoules (GJ) per year

Your energy use has produced: ___ tonnes of carbon dioxide (t CO₂e)

Optional

 If you would like us to verify your usage, upload your latest electricity bill that displays a bar graph of your last 12 months of electricity and gas usage

Next Steps:

Ready to offset your carbon footprint now? Contact our team today to purchase your credits.

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