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The International Energy Agency (IEA) provides comprehensive electricity emission factors, which are essential for understanding the carbon footprint of electricity generation across different regions and energy sources. These factors assist governments, businesses, and researchers in measuring the environmental impact of electricity consumption and in developing strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector.

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IEA Emissions Factors 2023
IEA Life Cycle Upstream Emission Factors 2023 (Pilot Edition)
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IEA Emissions Factors 2023

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Description
The International Energy Agency (IEA) provides comprehensive electricity emission factors, which are essential for understanding the carbon footprint of electricity generation across different regions and energy sources. These factors assist governments, businesses, and researchers in measuring the environmental impact of electricity consumption and in developing strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector.
Source type
Intergovernmental Organization
Original dataset URLURL
Year released
2023
Geography
Multiple regions
Sector
Type of data
Activity-based
Emission results
CO2
Data Transformation
The source reports emissions in gCO2/kWh, which have been converted to kgCO2/kWh to ensure consistency.

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Type of license
Purchased License
License URLURL

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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