A complete and authoritative set of global electricity emission factors. Produced by the experts behind the worlds leading GHG management platform.
The authoritative dataset for global electricity emission factors. Derived directly from United Nations data on electricity production and trading by the team behind the award-winning Ecometrica Platform. This dataset provides factors for all the major Greenhouse Gases for both generation and T&D losses in 219 jurisdictions.
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Built on FactorAI, Ecometrica's class leading emission factor database, our factors are accurate, go beyond CO2 to provide all gases and include error analysis
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Based on a detailed analysis of UN data on electricity production in over 219 countries and the amount lost in transmission and distribution (T&D). Accurate emission factors for grid electricity and T&D losses in CO2, CH4 and N2O per kWh were derived for each country. These factors when combined with Global Warming Potentials (GWP) are used to calculate scope 2 CO2e emissions and Scope 3 T&D CO2e emissions.