Sue and other fellow
Thanks for relaying
the P2 and lighting information.
For those of you
interested in determining emissions avoided from electricity savings (whether
from efficient lighting or other end use measures) and alternate supply(
renewable generation and CHP/co-gen), there are some other tools and data
EPA Power Profiler http://www.epa.gov/cleanenergy/powerprofiler.htm
provides average NOx, SO2, and CO2 emissions per MWh on a regional
?eGRID is a database that
provides information on the air quality attributes of almost all the electric
power generated in the United States. eGRID provides you with many search
options, including information for individual power plants, generating
companies, states, and regions of the power grid.?
Information Administration http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/st_profiles/e_profiles_sum.html
provides state summary reports, which include NOx, SO2, and CO2 emissions from
electricity generation. (Click on state name for state summary
Please be aware that
your local and regional generation mix and, thus, emissions per MWh vary based
on demand, generation asset availability, and other factors affecting utility
On Behalf Of Sue
December 13, 2006 12:41 PM
To: P2 providers in Region 7; P2 Tech
Subject: P2 Impact
Apology for cross posting and
please forward to appropriate regional P2 listserves.
I hope that the data presented in
this project is useful to your clients and in assisting with more
meaningful measurements as to the actual impact of P2 by quantifying the
toxins reduced when P2 suggestions are implemented.