GHG accounting of green power

30th April 2012


IEMA's Nick Blyth explores guidance and opposing views on accounting for greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions from renewable electricity

How organisations account for grid-delivered “green” electricity in their GHG footprints can prove both contentious and confusing. Data from an IEMA 2010 survey indicated that roughly two-thirds of GH

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