Distributed emissions to electricity generation (metric tonnes CO2)
Distributed emissions to manufactured product outputs, as applicable (metric tonnes CO2)
Indirect electricity usage as specified in section 95125(k).
Electricity purchased and consumed (kWh)
Electricity provider (Name)
Calculation of CO2, N2O, and CH4 Emissions. Operators of cogeneration facilities shall calculate and report emissions for each source specified in this section.
CO2 emissions from stationary combustion using methodologies listed by
fuel type for electricity generating facilities as specified in section 95111(c).
GHG emissions from processes and from fugitive sources as specified for electricity generating facilities in sections 95111(e)-(h), if applicable, using the methodologies designated in the respective sections.
N2O and CH4 emissions from stationary combustion using the methodologies provided in section 95125(b).
Distributed Emissions. Topping cycle plant operators shall calculate distributed emissions for electricity generation and thermal energy production separately using the Efficiency Method provided in section 95112(b)(4)(A). Bottoming cycle plant operators shall calculate distributed emissions for electricity generation, thermal energy production, and manufactured product outputs using the Detailed Efficiency Method provided in section 95112(b)(4)(B).
Distributed Emissions for Topping Cycle Plants: Operators shall calculate distributed emissions using the Efficiency Method equations specified in this section, 95112(b)(4)(A). Operators shall distribute emissions to electricity generation by subtracting distributed emissions to thermal energy production from emissions from stationary combustion for the report year. Operators shall calculate emissions using a facility-specific electricity generation efficiency value as specified in section 95112(b)(4)(A)1, if parameters are known. Operators shall use the Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) or boiler manufacturer’s rating for the thermal energy production efficiency value, if known. Operators may use assumed values of 0.35 for electricity generation efficiency and/or 0.80 for thermal energy production efficiency, when parameters are unknown.