Google is a global internet services company. They calculate and publish carbon emissions associated with their operations in their data centres, using hourly grid mix and carbon intensity data from Electricity Maps.Visit Google website
Carbon data across GCP regions
Google is a global internet services company. They calculate and publish carbon emissions associated with their operations in their data centres, using hourly grid mix and carbon intensity data from Electricity Maps.
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The source reports emissions in gCO2e/kWh, which have been converted to kgCO2e/kWh to ensure consistency.
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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
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Vetted by Climatiq
This emission factor is self-reported by Google.
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