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Table 5 Collected harvest residues for bioenergy, energy demand, transportation distances and displacement factors for community-level

From: Climate change mitigation in Canada’s forest sector: a spatially explicit case study for two regions

Communities Northing (°) Westing (°) Populationa Electricity demand (GWh) Heat demand (GWh) Residues (kodt) Selected facilities Average transportation distance ± standard deviation (km) and [% paved] Displacement factor (tC/tC)
Cranbrook 49.51549 115.7589 19,613 292.8 5 CHP, 6H 67.7 165.0 39 ± 16; [54%] 0.57
Kimberley 49.6871 115.9829 6576 130.6 1 CHP, 5H 22.1 54.9 31 ± 14; [14%] 0.66
Fernie 49.50676 115.0688 4479 103.4 1 CHP, 2H, 5E 60.4 46.6 65 ± 25; [65%] 0.23
Sparwood 49.73262 114.8919 3804 73.6 4H 3.5 32.1 41 ± 17; [60%] 0.58
Elkford 50.01225 114.9303 2520 50.6 3H 9.4 20.0 31 ± 16; [18%] 0.62
Thunder Bay (outskirts) 48.6748 89.8933 129,561 1678.7 3357.4 31.5 5 CHP, 1H 76 ± 28 [70%] 1.0
  1. aNote that not all of the population is within the five communities