Faradai has adopted a specific standard conversion factor for transforming emission factors from kgCO2e/kWh to kgCO2e/m3. This conversion factor is fundamental for aligning emissions data when reporting based on volume rather than energy content.
The conversion factor we employ is 1 m^3 = 9.333333333333332 kWh. This means that one cubic meter (m^3) is considered equivalent to 9.333333333333332 kilowatt-hours (kWh) in terms of the emission data for our specific application.
This conversion factor was determined using the GHG Protocol's tool, a highly respected and widely acknowledged resource for emissions calculations. The GHG Protocol's tool provides robust methodologies and standards for accurate emissions reporting, instilling confidence in the reliability of our conversion factor.
For those seeking further details or wishing to cross-reference this conversion factor, we recommend reviewing the 'Emission Factors from Cross-Sector Tools' worksheet, which can be accessed on the GHG Protocol's website at https://ghgprotocol.org/calculation-tools-and-guidance. This worksheet provides additional insights into the methodology and standards applied in emissions calculations, ensuring transparency and accuracy in our reporting process.