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Current emissions in Serbia

152 gCO2eq/kWh
Biomass (1.5%)
Coal (Lignite) (13.1%)
Gas (0.1%)
Hydro (83.1%)
Other (1.4%)
Wind (0.8%)
85% renewable
1956 MWh total
Last updated at 2024-06-17 16:00 (Local time)

Wind and Solar forecast

Current17 MW--- MW
In 1 hour23 MW--- MW
In 3 hours33 MW--- MW
In 6 hours29 MW--- MW
In 9 hours14 MW--- MW
Higher energy production than current, lower emissions
Lower energy production than current, higher emissions
Should I plug in?
Yes

Electricity emissions in Serbia are below last years average

22.8 g CO2eq/km
106 g full load
228 g per hour
5 g per hour
How are these values calculated?
Electric vehicle

Value calculated for a charge of 4.5 kWh (684 g), equals 30km on an EV with a consumption of 15 kWh/100km

Washing machine

Complete wash is 0.7 kWh, calculated on full load at 40º on a A efficient equipment

Air conditioning

One hour of use is 1.5 kWh, calculated on a equipment A efficient of 9000BTU, temperature 22º

Laptop

One hour of use is 30 Wh, calculated on a laptop with moderate use (internet browsing, email, etc)

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Quick stats about Serbia

In 2023 the average emissions of Serbia were 615 g CO2eq/kWh. 38% of energy was produced from renewable sources, with the main source for energy being Coal (60.0%).

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Historical data for Serbia

2023
615 g CO2eq/kWh
38% renewable
36.2 TWh total
2022
626 g CO2eq/kWh
31% renewable
32.2 TWh total
2021
594 g CO2eq/kWh
35% renewable
34.6 TWh total

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Data source for energy production: Entsoe