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Reliable Carbon Intensity Data 

What is Carbon Intensity?

Carbon intensity is a measure of the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) that is released in producing a kilowatt hour (kWh) of electricity.

Electricity generated from Renewable energy sources such as wind or solar produce almost no CO2 emissions Electricity generated using fossil fuels such as gas or coal produce CO2 emissions.

Why is data important? 

​Real time and forecasted carbon intensity data can be used to shape demand to better align with the supply of low carbon electricity. 


Reducing our carbon footprint

Increasing Grid Capacity

Reducing wastage of Low Carbon Electricity 

About Us

eForecast provides real time and forecasted carbon intensity data across the UK and Ireland


Various uses from influencing consumer demand to controlling electrical appliances


If you’re interested in learning more about our services and projects please get in contact

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