Low-carbon electricity production: who’s ahead?

Olivier Corradi
Sep 14, 2016 · 2 min read
The Electricity Map: http://electricitymap.tmrow.co
We’re leaving 20th century climate behind: temperature anomalies consistently show a warmer climate when compared to the 1951–1980 average. Source: NASA GISS
There’s never been such a rapid change in temperature and CO2 concentrations in the last 10 000 years. The vertical climb recorded since the Industrial Revolution is unprecedented. Sources: NASA GISS and Marcott et al. for temperature, NOAA ESRL and NOAA ice core for CO2.
Where does electricity in Spain come from? How much does it contribute to global warming? http://electricitymap.tmrow.co

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Computing the origin of electricity and its associated carbon emissions

Thanks to Scott Lee and Bruno Lajoie.

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Computing the origin of electricity and its associated carbon emissions