Learn About Your State and Local GHG Emissions With EPA's New GHG Map Tool
For the first time, comprehensive greenhouse gas (GHG) data reported directly from large facilities and suppliers across the country are now easily accessible to public through EPA's GHG Reporting Program.
The GHG Reporting Program data provides a critical tool for businesses and other innovators to find cost and fuel-saving efficiencies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and foster technologies to protect public health and the environment.
|Power plants were the largest stationary sources of direct emissions.|
|CO2 accounted for the largest share of direct GHG emissions (95%), followed by methane (4%), and nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases accounting for the remaining 1%.
|100 facilities each reported emissions over 7 mmtCO2e, including 96 power plants, two iron and steel mills, and two refineries.|