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Q. The Energy related CO2 emissions per usage are in Florida:

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What is the CO2 emission in kg/kWh and in lb/kWh in Florida?

Knowing the emissions and the total generation, we can easily find the emission in kg/kWh: 0.49 kg CO2/kWh. A pound is equivalent to 0.454 kg, therefore the conversion in lb/kWh provides: 1.07 lb/kWh.

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