Energy carbon accounting ‘misleading’ without time-of-use data

Carbon accounting practices must change to account for daily, seasonal and even annual changes in the mix of electricity generation

by Paul Hatchwell
Carbon accounting must be more robust by taking into account the impact of time of use on electricity's carbon footprint. Photograph: Andriy Popov/123RF
Carbon accounting must be more robust by taking into account the impact of time of use on electricity's carbon footprint. Photograph: Andriy Popov/123RF

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