This article explains the following chart:
This chart does not include other greenhouse gas emissions apart from CO2. Also, non-energetic CO2 emissions are not included, with the exception of the Fertilizer industry and hydrogen feedstock use.
In the ETM emissions from different sectors are taken into account to calculate the total emissions in your scenario. Every sector has a different scope when it comes to which emissions are taken into account and which are not. This page explains how this scope is defined in the ETM per sector which you can use to gain a better understanding of the total emissions displayed on the dashboard.
Emissions per sector
The following is included per category:
|1990 emissions||Includes all energetic CO2 emissions and fertilizer feedstock emissions. Other green house gases and non-energetic CO2 are excluded. 1990 emissions of international transport can be included optionally and are displayed as a separate series. See 1990 emissions|
|Net CO2 emissions||Shows the total net CO2 emissions. If a scenario contains negative emissions, the red line can be lower than the highest bar as the line shows the sum of both positive and negative emission sectors.|
|Households||Includes all energetic CO2 related to final energy demand in the households sector. Emissions associated with the production of electricity, hydrogen and district heating are assigned to this sector based on how much of each carrier is used. For electricity, local production of solar PV is incorporated in the emission factor of electricity. Biomass emissions are excluded by default.|
|National transport||See households. Does not include international transport.|
|International transport||Includes all energetic CO2 related to final energy demand in the international transportation sector. By default, this energy demand (and hence the emissions) are considered out of scope. This assumption can be changed in the model.|
|Other||Includes all energetic CO2 related to final energy demand in the other demand sector.|
|Industry||Includes all energetic CO2 related to final energy demand in the industry sector, including emissions related to the production of electricity, hydrogen and steam. Feedstock emissions are excluded. Captured emissions (using carbon capture technologies) in the industry sector are subtracted.|
|Energy||Emissions related to the production of power, hydrogen, heat and steam are not included here, as these are assigned to the sectors in which these carriers are used. This category does include emissions related to: |
|Non-energetic / delayed emissions||Includes emissions related to: |