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Understand and optimize the carbon footprint of electricity
electricityMap API is the world's most comprehensive platform measuring the carbon footprint of your electricity consumption.
Climate think tank
uses the electricityMap API to
in the global electricity system.
Danish electricity retailer
is using the electricityMap API to
the carbon footprint of their electricity.
Electric radiator startup
Lancy Energy Storage
uses the electricityMap API to optimize and
reduce the carbon footprint
of their product.
The leading platform for understanding the climate impact of electricity
Access hourly live, historical, and forecasted data from
areas around the world.
Historical, live, and forecast data
Carbon intensity and power breakdown
Exclusive marginal data
Standardized across regions
Imports & exports across regions
24h ahead forecasts
Updated in real-time
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See the grid's past, present, and future
Live carbon intensity
Live power breakdown
Marginal carbon intensity
Marginal power breakdown
Real-time carbon intensity (in gCO2eq/kWh) of electricity consumed in the area.
Learn more by reading our
marginal emissions guide
See API documentation
Customers and Partners
Complete access to selected countries
Commercial use license
Live and forecasted data
Carbon intensity data
Power breakdown data
Complete historical data
Marginal data available
for a quote
Available in 228 geographies
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