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Most of our Scope 3 emissions are emitted from two key business activities - the sale of gas and electricity to customers in the US (82%) and the purchase of goods and services (18%). Business travel, employee commuting and waste in comparison account for 0.3%.

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  • SF6 Gas Reduction, Alternatives and Process Improvement in

    Stream of SF6 emission from year 2001~ 2006~ 2021 in Japan Estimation of CO2 reduction: about 2 million ton/Year 2021 on baseline 2001 0 li i i 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 i i l i i i i issi li: l i ( /y) issi (kg/ lt) :Vol icti i: i i i ): i i i ) i i i i Vol i ivi i l i Vol i al i li i e i i i 5

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  • SF6 reduction, Alternatives and Process improvement in the

    Actual SF6 Alternatives in Japan(1) 2005/Oct ; Tokai Rika ( Press release) 9Introduction of “Mg-Shield” gas system in model line 9Forecast of GHG Reduction equivalent to CO2 gas : about 45,000t- CO2/year 9METI’s Financial Support Program for “Business and Area Improvement on the GWP reduction at the year 2005 “ 2006/Feb; Tokai Rika

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  • SF6 Alternatives for Power | Fluorinated Gas Partnership

    SF6 Alternatives for Power. The document below was a presentation conducted at the 2017 Workshop for SF6 Emission Reduction Strategies. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more. SF6 Alternatives for Power (20 pp, 2 MB)

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  • Two SF6 alternative gases in future for switchgears

    Jun 09, 2019Global warming will be a major issue in the future then using SF6 for switching equipment and high consumption of SF6 gas will decrease in the future Fig show fluoroketone (left) and fluoronitrile (right) molecular structures. They both have a carbon backbone, with 5 and 4 atoms, respectively. Both the fluoroketone and fluoronitrile have a

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  • Energy industry free from SF6: latest market developments

    Apr 11, 2019The European Commission urges for SF6 alternatives . In 2014, the European Commission reinforced a 2006 F-Gas regulation No. 517/2014 with the aim of reducing the EU’s F-gas emissions by two-thirds from 2014 levels by 2030. Within the EU, SF6 was banned for most of its applications, except for its use in the energy industry – its main consumer.

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  • Electrical Monitor :: Green Switching: A sustainable

    Aug 23, 2010Emissions of SF6 gas from switchgear contribute significantly to the threat of the greenhouse effect and associated climate change. SF6 is on the list of greenhouse gases in the Kyoto Protocol (1). SF6 is the most potent of the six main greenhouse gases, with a GWP of 23,000 (5). The United Nations institution that monitors this, the

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  • Sustainable Alternatives to SF6 Gas within MV and HV

    Aug 03, 2018Be part of the chalenge: propose a solution! The challenge is aimed at finding alternative solutions to the use of SF6 gas as an insulating and/or interrupting medium within MV and HV equipment. Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) gas is largely used as a dielectric and insulating material in the transmission and distribution equipment. Unfortunately, SF6 is also an extremely potent greenhouse gas with

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  • The Impact of Carrier Gas Selection on SO2 and SF6 Melt

    IMA Program for SF6 Alternatives 1999 - IMA initiated a development program seeking alternatives to SF 6 due to environmental impact. 2000 – 2003 The program at SINTEF, a Norwegian Research Institute, evaluated other fluorine containing compounds. SO2 was not considered due to historical issues associated with poor usage practices.

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  • Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6) emissions: Electricity

    Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6) emissions: At-a-glance summary. In 17/18 all three transmission operators outperformed against their target emissions levels of SF6. Scottish Hydro Electricity Transmissions leakage rate is, again above the target figure and will therefore be penalised under the incentive mechanism, although the level is marginal.

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  • Performance – environmental sustainability | National Grid

    Most of our Scope 3 emissions are emitted from two key business activities - the sale of gas and electricity to customers in the US (82%) and the purchase of goods and services (18%). Business travel, employee commuting and waste in comparison account for 0.3%.

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  • European Commission | Choose your language | Choisir une

    Though its contribution to overall emissions is very small (less than 1%), SF6 gas is 23 900 times stronger than CO2 and has an extremely long lifetime (3 200 years). It is widely acknowledged that the use of potent greenhouse gases such as SF6 must be prevented and the search for alternative dielectric gases supported.

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  • Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990

    ----- 3.5 Abandoned Underground Coal Mines (IPCC Source Category IBla) 3-53 3.6 Petroleum Systems (IPCC Source Category lB2a) 3-57 3.7 Natural Gas Systems (IPCC Source Category lB2b) 3-68 3.8 Energy Sources of Indirect Greenhouse Gas Emissions 3-80 3.9 International Bunker Fuels (IPCC Source Category 1: Memo Items) 3-81 3.10 WoodBiomass andEthanol Consumption (IPCC Source

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  • The things you dont know about SF6 gas | TheElectricalGuy

    Know the interesting things about the most used gas in electrical industry i.e. SF6 gas. 10,000 tons of SF6 gas is produced per year, out of that 8,000 tons

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  • Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990

    ----- 3.5 Abandoned Underground Coal Mines (IPCC Source Category IBla) 3-55 3.6 Petroleum Systems (IPCC Source Category lB2a) 3-58 3.7 Natural Gas Systems (IPCC Source Category lB2b) 3-68 3.8 Energy Sources of Indirect Greenhouse Gas Emissions 3-84 3.9 International Bunker Fuels (IPCC Source Category 1: Memo Items) 3-85 3.10 WoodBiomass andEthanol Consumption (IPCC Source

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  • Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990

    Emissions of CO2 from fossil fuel combustion increased at an average annual rate of 0.7 percent from 1990 to 2010. The fundamental factors influencing this trend include (1) a generally growing domestic economy over the last 21 years, and (2) an overall growth in emissions from electricity generation and transportation activities.

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