Waste pellets, Finland

The emission factor for fuels shows how much emissions are caused by burning the fuel. Carbon dioxide emissions occur when the carbon in the fuel combines with oxygen during combustion. Most global greenhouse gas emissions are caused by burning fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and oil)

Emission factor data: Waste pellets, Finland

Emission factor categoryFuel
Company/OrganizationStatistics Finland
NameWaste pellets, Finland
Emission factor45.00 t/TJ
CO2/CO2-equivalent CO2
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Year updated2024
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SourceStatistics Finland, Fuel Classification 2024
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