Carbon Footprint
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Energy utilisation is directly linked to climate change. There are many mechanisms to measure the impact to environment and carbon footprint is one of them. Carbon footprint is a mechanism used to measure the impact of a product or services towards climate change in the scale of equivalent CO2 emission.

For example, the carbon footprint for electricity consumption is 0.55 kgCO2 equivalent for every kiloWatthour (kWh) in Europe. Using this type of statistics, we can formulate the carbon footprint of electricity consumption by electrical and electronic equipments.

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