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CO2 emissions [kg/kWh] for the german electricity mix for 2023

First select a year, then klick on a month and a day, and you will see the CO2 emissions displayed as a 3-day diagram, as well as the electricity price. Through sustainable behavior you can save energy costs.

source: https://energy-charts.info/charts/power/chart.htm?l=de&c=DE&stacking=stacked_absolute_area

Select a month

= 0 kg CO2/kWh
= 0,0 .. 0,1 kg CO2/kWh
= 0,1 .. 0,2 kg CO2/kWh
= 0,2 .. 0,3 kg CO2/kWh
= 0,3 .. 0,4 kg CO2/kWh
= 0,4 .. 0,5 kg CO2/kWh
= 0,5 .. 0,6 kg CO2/kWh
= > 0,6 kg CO2/kWh

3 day-view 07.12.2023

I am interested in the electricity plan CO2-saver

I am interested in an electricity plan CO2-saver, which reduces my electricity costs if my behaviour is sustainable.


Quelle: https://energy-charts.info/charts/power/chart.htm?l=de&c=DE&stacking=stacked_absolute_area

The electricity price was designed with a carbon pricing of 400 Euros/ tn CO2
How to read the diagram:

  • In 2018 2018, assuming a fixed base rate of 10ct/kWh, the average electricity price was 28ct/kWh, varying from 16ct/kWh (sustainable) .to 36ct/kWh (high CO2 emissions)
  • In 2019 the average electricity price is reduced to 25ct/kWh, due to a more sustainable mix in the electricity grid.
  • In 2021, the power grid became worse again. Der Mittelwert war 0,41 kg_CO2/kWh. Zum Vergleich: 0,45 (2018) | 0,39 (2019) | 0,35 (2020). It all depends on WHEN you get your electricity from the grid.
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More sustainable electricity in the grid means lower electricity costs.

DiThe hourly CO2 emissions for the electricity mix are a result of the electricity generation from the respective energy sources, prepared and verified for consistency by Prof. Bruno Burger (Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Solare Energiesysteme ISE, https://aemo.com.au/energy-systems/electricity/national-electricity-market-nem/data-nem/data-dashboard-nem).
To determine the hourly CO2 emissions caused by the electricity mix we have used the following CO2 equivalents

  • solar: 0,068 kg CO2 / kWh
  • wind: 0,010 kg CO2 / kWh
  • seasonal storage: 0,000 kg CO2 / kWh
  • pump storage: 0,026 kg CO2 / kWh
  • hydropower: 0,000 kg CO2 / kWh
  • biomass: 0,276 kg CO2 / kWh
  • other: 0,000 kg CO2 / kWh
  • gas: 0,428 kg CO2 / kWh
  • oil: 0,830 kg CO2 / kWh
  • coal: 0,953 kg CO2 / kWh
  • lignite: 1,059 kg CO2 / kWh
  • nuclear power: 0,068 kg CO2 / kWh

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