Emissions from heating

In Carbon and more, users can currently use wizards to calculate some of their carbon emissions automatically.

If you want to record carbon emissions generated from using heating sources such as natural gas, you can use the following conversions for 1000 Cubic meters:

1000 Cubic meters of Natural gas generates 1.91 Tonnes CO2e

1000 Litres of Propane generates 1.54 Tonnes of CO2e

1000 Litres of Ethane generates 0.98 Tonnes of CO2e

1000 Litres of Butane generates 0.21 Tonnes of CO2e

1000 Litres of Residual Fuel Oil generates 0.21 Tonnes of CO2e

1000 Litres of Distillate Fuel Oil generates 3.15 Tonnes of CO2e

1000 Litres of Kerosene generates 2.54 Tonnes of CO2e

1000 Litres of Diesel generates 2.79 Tonnes of CO2e


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