What is it?

A yearly measure of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in million metric tons by power source and sector. Indices include:

  • COMNG - CO2 Emissions from Natural Gas Usage in the Commercial Sector
  • COMCO - CO2 Emissions from Coal Usage in the Commercial Sector
  • COMPP - CO2 Emissions from Petroleum Products Usage in the Commercial Sector
  • COMT - Total CO2 Emissions in the Commercial Sector
  • EPNG - CO2 Emissions from Natural Gas Usage in the Electric Power Sector
  • EPCO - CO2 Emissions from Coal Usage in the Electric Power Sector
  • EPPP - CO2 Emissions from Petroleum Products Usage in the Electric Power Sector
  • EPT -  Total CO2 Emissions in the Electric Power Sector
  • INDNG - CO2 Emissions from Natural Gas Usage in the Industrial Sector
  • INDCO - CO2 Emissions from Coal Usage in the Industrial Sector
  • INDPP - CO2 Emissions from Petroleum Products Usage in the Industrial Sector
  • INDT - Total CO2 Emissions in the Industrial Sector
  • RESNG - CO2 Emissions from Natural Gas Usage in the Residential Sector
  • RESCO - CO2 Emissions from Coal Usage in the Residential Sector
  • RESPP - CO2 Emissions from Petroleum Products Usage in the Residential Sector
  • REST - Total CO2 Emissions in the Residential Sector
  • TRANG - CO2 Emissions from Natural Gas Usage in the Transportation Sector
  • TRACO - CO2 Emissions from Coal Usage in the Transportation Sector
  • TRAPP - CO2 Emissions from Petroleum Products Usage in the Transportation Sector
  • TRAT - Total CO2 Emissions in the Transportation Sector

Who is interested?

 Researchers, Large Fleets, and Fleets Operating on the West Coast 

What does it tell me?

The CO2 emissions are expressed in million metric tons per state. Each index includes a power  source, coal, petroleum, or natural gas, and a sector, commercial, residential, industrial, and electric power. These emissions calculations do not include CO2 equivalents.  

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