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Energy based fuel combustion by DEFRA

Energy based stationary combustion of fuels. Calculates direct, indirect and life cycle carbon dioxide (CO2), methan... — find similar pages
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Mass based fuel combustion by DEFRA

Mass based stationary combustion of fuels. Calculates direct, indirect and life cycle carbon dioxide (CO2), methane ... — find similar pages
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Volume based fuel combustion by DEFRA

Volume based stationary combustion of fuels. Calculates direct, indirect and life cycle carbon dioxide (CO2), methan... — find similar pages
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Fuel combustion by DEFRA

The UK government Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs publishes greenhouse gas emissions methodologies for t... — find similar pages
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Blended fuels by DEFRA

This methodology represents greenhouse gas emissions associated with the stationary combustion of blended fuels. The data and c... — find similar pages
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DEFRA Biomass fuel methodology

This methodology represents greenhouse gas emissions associated with the stationary combustion of biomass and biogas fuels. The... — find similar pages
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Fuel properties by DEFRA

Physical properties of fuels. Density and energy content. Look up category only, no calculations available. — find similar pages
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Biofuels by DEFRA

Greenhouse gas emissions associated with the stationary combustion of biofuels. Calculates direct, indirect and life cycle carb... — find similar pages
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DEFRA transport fuel methodology

Emission rates associated with the combustion of fuel for transport purposes. Calculates direct, indirect and life cycle carbon... — find similar pages
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Combined Heat and Power output by DEFRA

This methodology represents greenhouse gas emissions associated with energy produced by Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants, a... — find similar pages