Real-Time Carbon Accounting Method for the European Electricity Markets.

@article{Tranberg2018RealTimeCA,
  title={Real-Time Carbon Accounting Method for the European Electricity Markets.},
  author={Bo Tranberg and O. Corradi and Bruno Lajoie and Thomas Gibon and I. Staffell and G. Andresen},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2018}
}
Electricity accounts for 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Reducing emissions related to electricity consumption requires accurate measurements readily available to consumers, regulators and investors. In this case study, we propose a new real-time consumption-based accounting approach based on flow tracing. This method traces power flows from producer to consumer thereby representing the underlying physics of the electricity system, in contrast to the traditional input-output models of… Expand
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