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EPA GHG Mandatory Ruling

The US Environmental Protection Agency is a US government agency assigned with protecting the natural environment and safeguar... — find similar pages
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US road transport by IPCC

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US road transport with alternative fuels by IPCC

This methodology provides data and a calculation methodology for calculating greenhouse gas emissions associated with US road v... — find similar pages
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EPA stationary combustion

The AMEE category /business/energy/stationaryCombustion/epa contains data on the burning of fossil fuels sourced from the US En... — find similar pages
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EPA primary iron and steel production

The AMEE category at business/processes/production/ironandsteel/epa/primary provides a methodology for calculating greenh... — find similar pages
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EPA EAF iron and steel production

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EPA eGRID by state

Grid electricity emissions methodology. Calculates carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N<... — find similar pages
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EPA eGRID by eGRID region

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EPA eGRID by NERC region

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EPA eGRID by Power Control Area

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