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U.S. Government (EPA)

3240 Factors3240 Factor
80 Regions80 Region
1594 Activities1594 Activity

About U.S. Government (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.

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Datasets from U.S. Government (EPA)

The Emissions & Generation Resource Integrated Database (eGRID)
GHG Emission Factors Hub
Supply Chain Factors Dataset (commodities)
Supply Chain Greenhouse Gas Emission Factors v1.2
DATASET

The Emissions & Generation Resource Integrated Database (eGRID)

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Description
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.
Source type
Governmental
Original dataset URLURL
Year released
2021-2024
Geography
US
Sector
Type of data
Activity-based
Emission results
CO2e - CO2 - CH4 - N2O
Data Transformation
The source reports emissions in lb/MWh, which have been converted to kgCO2e/kWh to ensure consistency.

License

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Type of license
US Public Domain License
License URLURL

Data quality

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Data quality assurance
Vetted by Climatiq
Quality flag(s)
NA

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