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Green-e

81 Factors81 Factor
27 Regions27 Region
1 Activity1 Activity

About Green-e

Green-e is a certification program in the United States focusing on renewable energy and carbon offset products and services, providing greenhouse gas emission factors for energy sources such as electricity.

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Green-e Residual Mix Emission Rates
Green-e Residual Mix Emission Rates
Green-e Residual Mix Emission Rates
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Green-e Residual Mix Emission Rates

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Description
Green-e is a certification program in the United States focusing on renewable energy and carbon offset products and services, providing greenhouse gas emission factors for energy sources such as electricity.
Source type
Non-profit Organisation
Original dataset URLURL
Year released
2021
Geography
US
Sector
Type of data
Activity-based
Emission results
CO2
Data Transformation
The source reports emissions in lbsCO2e/MWh, which have been converted to kgCO2e/kWh to ensure consistency in the database.

License

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Type of license
Not specified
License URL
Not specified

Data quality

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Data quality assurance
Vetted by Climatiq
Quality flag(s)
Partial factor
The source reports emission factors in CO2 only and does not include the impact of other GHGs.

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