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LCA (Life Cycle Analysis) emissions of energy technologies for electricity production

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LCA emissions of energy technologies for electricity production. Renewable energy consumption is a measure of the contribution from technologies that are, in general, more environmentally benign, as they produce no (or very little) net CO2 and usually significantly lower levels of other pollutants. Renewable energy can, however, have impacts on landscapes and ecosystems (for example, potential flooding and changed water levels from large hydro power) and the incineration of municipal waste (which is generally made up of both renewable and non-renewable material) may also generate local air pollution.

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This data covers all of Europe.

It is the result of a previous study for EEA that makes a collection on all the relevant studies related to the topic.

 

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