The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Singapore. They issue average CO2 emission emitted per unit of electricity.Visit EMA website
Electricity Grid Emissions Factors and Upstream Fugitive Methane Emission Factor
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Singapore. They issue average CO2 emission emitted per unit of electricity.
|Original dataset URL||URL|
|Type of data|
CO2 - CH4
|Type of license|
Royalty-free, commercial use, in perpetuity
|Data quality assurance|
Vetted by Climatiq
The source reports electricity generation emissions in CO2 and does not report individual gases.
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