ADEME (Agence de la transition écologique) is the French Agency for Ecological Transition and offers a wide range of emission factors to support the measurement and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in France. These emission factors are used to estimate greenhouse gas emissions associated with various activities, such as energy consumption and transportation.Visit ADEME website
ADEME (Agence de la transition écologique) is the French Agency for Ecological Transition and offers a wide range of emission factors to support the measurement and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in France. These emission factors are used to estimate greenhouse gas emissions associated with various activities, such as energy consumption and transportation.
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International grid mix emission factors included in this dataset are originally provided by the International Energy Agency (IEA) in 2013. The values are reported as CO2e by ADEME and as CO2 by the original source.
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- Go to Electricity supplied from grid
Electricity supplied from grid
- Go to Electric passenger train
Electric passenger train
- Go to Hydrogen LCV (electrolysis)
Hydrogen LCV (electrolysis)
- Go to Hydrogen LCV (electrolysis renewable energy)
Hydrogen LCV (electrolysis renewable energy)
- Go to Hydrogen LCV (SMR biomethane)
Hydrogen LCV (SMR biomethane)
- Go to Hydrogen LCV (SMR natural gas)
Hydrogen LCV (SMR natural gas)
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- Go to HKEI
HKEI (Hong Kong Electric Investments) is a Hong Kong-based power company that generates electricity from coal and gas. The company reports the carbon dioxide emissions factor for the electricity it generates and supplies to customers, which is calculated based on the emissions from its power plants.
- Go to EXIOBASE
EXIOBASE is a global, detailed Multi-Regional Environmentally Extended Supply-Use Table (MR-SUT) and Input-Output Table (MR-IOT). It was developed by harmonising and detailing supply-use tables for a large number of countries, estimating emissions and resource extractions by industry. Subsequently, the country supply-use tables were linked via trade creating an MR-SUT and producing MR-IOTs from this. The MR-IOT can be used for the analysis of the environmental impacts associated with the final consumption of product groups.
- Go to EPA
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is the United States government agency that provides regularly updated default emission factors for organisational greenhouse gas reporting in the United States.