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What's going on in Queensland, Australia? "793g Carbon intensity" seems insanely high, especially as compared with Norway/France/Sweden (at 24-41g carbon intensity).
Does anyone have insight into this? I've never pictured Australia as a big contributor to pollution.
I particularly like seeing the flow values on the interconnects.
it's sad for me to look at maps like this, because my country could be greener if Austria didn't force us into closing our oldest nuclear plant. Now more than half of our electricity emissions are imported.
I wonder how this will look in the next decades. France is struggling with the replacement of their crumbling nuclear reactors, while Germany slowly but steadily increases renewables.
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