Carbon scoring has been embraced by policymakers and regulators as the preferred methodology for measuring carbon reduction. As such, we will need use this methodology and terminology and prove that renewable liquid heating fuels can be a winner in the carbon reduction game. The information included here will help you gain a deeper understanding of how carbon scoring is calculated, how our fuels measure up and other supporting documents and information to tell this story.
Vermont carbon permit costs and calculation based on heating fuel
Analysis and supporting data for relying on renewable liquid heating fuels to achieve GHG requirements
20-year comparison chart of GHG emissions across all major traditional and renewable fuels
Carbon pricing comparison used in the failed 2019 bill, MA H 778
Research paper on climate sensitivity and the impact of carbon in the atmosphere.