Carbon emissions data can be calculated with a consumption-based or a production-based approach. This blog post highlights the differences between the two approaches and outlines why to use consumption carbon intensity
Both private and corporate electricity consumers have the ability to procure clean electricity with the ambition to fund the energy transition. However, do all purchases lead to tangible reductions in emissions?
In 2022, electricity consumption in Europe decreased by 4% compared to 2021 levels. This is due to a mild winter, sobriety efforts, but also high prices during the energy crisis following the invasion of Ukraine.
During the Christmas period, storm Elliott hit the US with freezing temperatures. This had a great impact on some of the US power grids. This resulted in record high demand as well as tons of extra CO2 emitted.
Today, we’re launching a new improvement to Electricity Maps which will improve the precision of our carbon emission data. Learn more about regional emissions, and the methodology behind it, in this blog post:
There is a great focus from both EV users and the EV industry on the carbon savings you can achieve by charging your car at different times. But how much carbon savings can you actually achieve by shifting your charging